To change Twitter language:
(On the desktop) Click on the More icon (left side panel), > ‘Settings and privacy’ > ‘Accessibility, display and languages’ > ‘Languages’ > Choose your preferred language for headlines, buttons, and other text from Twitter below the ‘Display language’ section - click on it > ‘Save.’
(On mobile) Tap on your Twitter profile picture icon > ‘Settings and Support’ > ‘Settings and privacy’ > ‘Accessibility, display and languages’ > ‘Languages’ > ‘Preferred language’ to choose your preferred language for the headlines, buttons, and other text from Twitter > ‘Update language’ and in the ‘Search language’ tab, type in your preferred language and tap on it > ‘Next.’
By default, Twitter will open in the English language, and if we want it to display in a different language, we might as well do it. Like other social media platforms, Twitter supports several display languages, which always comes handy when your English is good. Or, if you need translation on some tweets, Twitter also supports several translations for those tweets.
I use Twitter daily, and I thought it would be cool to check out how the platform would look with another displayed language other than English.
So, I tested this feature, and now I know how to change the Twitter language from its default English to another.
If you are interested to learn how it's done, keep on reading this article because this is where I share step-by-step guidelines on changing Twitter language.
Bonus read: What does 'You can no longer send messages to this person' mean on Twitter?
Twitter will reload automatically and open with the language display you selected.
Note: The changes you make concerning your display language settings won’t apply to the language of the content you see on your Home timeline.
Quick Note: This option works on smartphones and desktop computers; you can find it only when the translation is available for that particular tweet.
If you want to translate all Tweets at once, in the language of your preference, there is a workaround for it.
Here are the steps to do it:
All the tweets will be automatically translated.
Even though your English is perfect, there might be times when you'll find it beneficial to know how to change the display language to another one and to translate a tweet to a different language than English.
The steps to do it are easy to access, and hopefully, by reading this article, you will learn how to do it.
If you want to discover how to do other things except for this one, for example, how to change your birthday on Twitter - you can learn how to do it.
Or, if you are using Instagram too, you can link your Instagram with your Twitter account.
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