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How To Change The Language On Facebook

Posted by Geneva | Posted in News | Posted on 07-07-2017


This tutorial will help you to change the language of Facebook if you’ve never tried to do with success:-open Facebook on your browser:. -In the bottom left of the page, click the language that you are using, for example: English (U.S.). -Then a window will appear to select the language you want. -Then will realize that the language of Facebook has changed and can be connected – also can update their language by visiting => click account page click on the language tab => select your language from the drop-down menu. Facebook has added support for translated into 22 languages, among which we will find Spanish, Galician, Basque and catalan.

Some interesting statistics from Facebook:-Facebook is available in 43 languages and is in the process of being translated into other 60 languages. -40 percent of Facebook users are not using English. -25,000 volunteers helped translate Facebook into Turkish last year, and there are now 9 million users in Turkey. While only 43 languages are now available on Facebook, if you add the implementation of Facebook translations (I really recommend them to do so), you can find other 60 languages many of which already are ready to be used.

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