Languages overview

Haiilo is dedicated to providing a truly inclusive experience for all individuals, regardless of their language preferences. Our multilingual platform – with the option to additionally add automated machine translation and content in multiple languages – allows users to receive and view the interface and its content in their preferred language.

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The language features are divided into two parts: basic and add-on.

Basic features

The basic features are included with your Haiilo platform by default.

Add-on features

The Multi-Language add-on comes at an additional cost. If you have the add-on, these additional features are available for your platform after activating the Multi-Language Add-on:

  • Automated translation of posts and comments: Users can translate foreign language timeline posts, comments, blog articles, or multichannel posts into their preferred language, allowing them to understand the interactions they see on the platform. The translation is done via DeepL or Microsoft Translator. Learn more in this article:
  • Pages and their blog-, wiki- and content apps in multiple languages: Page admins can provide their page's title and description in multiple languages and publish content in multiple languages in blog, wiki, and content apps, so users automatically view it in their preferred language. Learn more in this article:
  • Terms of use in multiple languages: Admins can set up the terms of use in multiple languages so the user can read the terms in their preferred language, ensuring they fully understand what they agree to. Learn more in this article.
  • Studio posts in multiple languages: Post creators in the Studio can multichannel publish posts in multiple languages so users automatically view them in their preferred language.

If you acquire Haiilo's Multichannel Communication module, the Multi-Language add-on is included in your subscription by default.


The permission related to languages is:

  • "Manage languages": Allows users to access the Languages item in the Administration to manage which languages the platform uses and the interface translations.

The permissions related to creating content in different languages can be found in the respective element's own article.

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