Your event app and registration should deliver an outstanding experience to every attendee. For that reason, our Event App supports 35 languages, and that number is growing all the time.

Supported Languages

  • Bulgarian (български)

  • Catalan (Català)

  • Chinese (Traditional 漢語)

  • Chinese (Simplified 中文)

  • Croatian (Hrvatski)

  • Czech (Čeština)

  • Danish (Dansk)

  • Dutch (Nederlands)

  • English

  • English (UK)

  • Finnish (Suomi)

  • French (Français)

  • French (France)

  • German (Deutsch)

  • Greek (ελληνικά)

  • Hindi (हिन्दी)

  • Hungarian (Magyar)

  • Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia)

  • Italian (Italiano)

  • Japanese (日本語)

  • Korean (한국어)

  • Lithuanian (Lietuvių)

  • Norwegian (Norsk)

  • Polish (Polski)

  • Portuguese (Português)

  • Romanian (Română)

  • Russian (русский)

  • Serbian Latin (Srpski)

  • Slovak (Slovenčina)

  • Spanish (Español)

  • Spanish (Spain)

  • Swedish (Svenska)

  • Thai (ภาษาไทย)

  • Turkish (Türkçe)

  • Vietnamese (Tiếng Việt)

Keep in mind, only Event Apps and Registration support translation.

How do events with multiple languages work?

In the Event App...

In the Webex Events Platform, add all customizable content and labels in the preferred language of your attendees. The text that you can't control from the Webex Events Platform translates to the preferred language that each user sets on their device. No further action is needed!

Attendees joining your event via the Web App will automatically see content in their own language based on their browser settings. To switch the Event App language setting manually, attendees simply click on their app Profile settings in the lower right corner of the screen, select the Language option, and choose from the list of languages.

Screenshot of the process just described.

The language attendees set in their profile is automatically selected when you use Webex Events Closed Captions & Translations in your live streams. To learn more about Webex Events Closed Captions & Translations, check this out.

In Registration...

When you configure your Webex Events Registration settings, you have the option to set a Default Language and activate Machine Translation. If you choose a Default Language other than English, you must enter all customizable text in your Registration in the language you selected.

Or, you can simplify things by activating Machine Translation and letting Google Translate do all the work. When Machine Translation is active, registrants can select their preferred language, and the registration form, confirmation email, tickets, and other automatic communications appear in their language!

Screenshot of the Language button in Webex Events Registration.

See our Event Registration Settings article for more information about Registration Language settings.

Missing something? Is there another language you'd like us to support, or did you notice some way to improve an existing language? Please reach out and let us know!


Some users have reported that the Google Translate Chrome Extension does a decent job of translating a Webex Events event. You should have a native speaker check it out before you recommend it to attendees, just in case the translation you need isn't good enough.

Simply add the extension to Chrome, and then click the extension icon in the upper right corner of the browser window. Click TRANSLATE THIS PAGE, and then select the language you need.

Screenshot of the process just described.

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