As our presence grows internationally, with users everywhere from Dubai to Dublin to Düsseldorf, we want to make sure that everyone can use Clio effectively, even if English isn’t your first language. The current best solution for translating Clio to your native language is to use the Google Translate plug-in for Chrome. Here we’ll take you through the steps to set it up.
To find the Google Translate plug-in, first access your Chrome browser, and search ‘Google Translate’ in the Chrome Store. You can also visit this link.
Once you are brought to the Google Translate tool, select ‘Add to Chrome’ and follow the steps to add the extension to your Chrome browser.
You’ll notice the Google Translate icon at the upper right of the page once this is complete.
When you’re happy this has been successfully installed, open Clio in Chrome. At the upper right-hand side of the page, select the Google Translate icon. Then, click on ‘Translate This Page’.
Now on the left-hand side of the page you will see ‘Translated to: English’. Click on the downward arrow and select your preferred language.
Et voilà! Clio en français.
The Translate tool will remember your preference and you can now use Clio in the language of your choice.
To see how Clio’s legal case management software can help you simplify your firm operations, no matter what language you speak, sign up for a free trial today.
We published this blog post in June 2016. Last updated: .
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