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How to Translate Class Story Posts for Parents

Web, iOS, Android

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We know how important it is to stay connected with all of your students' parents, so we're excited to offer ClassDojo Translate.  This features will translate your Class Story posts into 36 different languages!   

Parents can view translated Class Story posts when they log into their account on the web or on the app.  To see the translated posts, parents must have their language settings set to their desired language.  Any time a post is written in a language other than the language their account is set to, they'll have the option to translate.

To Set An Account Language(Via a Parent Account):

Please pass this info to interested parents

  1. Click on your name in the upper right corner of the page
  2. Click on “Account Settings"
  3. Under "Language Preference," select your desired language
  4. Click the blue "Save Changes" button.

Note: When a parent has translated your Class Story post, you will see "Translation viewed by X parents" beneath the post.

When you click on the phrase, "Translation Viewed by X Parents," or click on the number of views, you will see a globe icon next to the names of parent(s) who have translated your Class Story post. 

 

iOS

We know how important it is to stay connected with all of your students' parents, so we're excited to offer ClassDojo Translate.  This features will translate your Class Story posts into 36 different languages!   

Parents can view translated Class Story posts when they log into their account on the web or on the app.  To see the translated posts, parents must have their language settings set to their desired language.  Any time a post is written in a language other than the language their account is set to, they'll have the option to translate.

To Set An Account Language(Via a Parent Account):

Please pass this info to interested parents

  1. Log into the app
  2. Tap the gear icon in the upper right corner
  3. Tap "Account"
  4. Tap on "Language" and select your language of choice

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Note: When a parent has translated your Class Story post, you will see "Translation viewed by X parents" beneath the post.

When you click on the phrase, "Translation Viewed by X Parents," or click on the number of views, you will see a globe icon next to the names of parent(s) who have translated your Class Story post. 

Android

We know how important it is to stay connected with all of your students' parents, so we're excited to offer ClassDojo Translate.  This features will translate your Class Story posts into 36 different languages!   

Parents can view translated Class Story posts when they log into their account on the web or on the app.  To see the translated posts, parents must have their language settings set to their desired language.  Any time a post is written in a language other than the language their account is set to, they'll have the option to translate.

To Set An Account Language(Via a Parent Account):

Please pass this info to interested parents

  1. Log into the website at https://home.classdojo.com 
  2. Click on your name in the upper right corner of the page
  3. Click on “Account Settings"
  4. Under "Language Preference," select your desired language
  5. Click the blue "Save Changes" button.

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Note: When a parent has translated your Class Story post, you will see "Translation viewed by X parents" beneath the post.

When you click on the phrase, "Translation Viewed by X Parents," or click on the number of views, you will see a globe icon next to the names of parent(s) who have translated your Class Story post. 

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