Creately goes multilingual!

We got some really swell news for all our customers the world over! Creately will soon be accessible in German and then subsequently in other different languages of the world. Stay tuned to this space to find out when this will be. At the moment, we’re all excited (and are hard at work) on our brand new Localization Program; and you’re probably thinking what on earth we’re ranting on about.

Let us know if you can help

We’re currently in the process of asking volunteers to help us translate Creately’s interface into all the different languages in the world. So how does this work? Well, the process itself is really easy, so you need not worry about that. We hooked ourselves with Gengo String, which makes this business of translation in different languages chore-less and (dare we say it) actually fun! If you can translate to multiple languages, we really do want you and we promise to make it worth your time.

myGengo | Simple human translation

Help us & get rewarded!

As all our users are sure to testify, we give out freebies ever so often along with gifts for those who have assisted us. This time, it’s no different. If you’d like to help us out, please do send us an email and let us know you’re on board to do translation in different languages. For taking the trouble to complete a translation, we’d be glad to offer you:

a) a Personal Plan worth $ 49 for 1 whole year FREE and,

b) due credit on our site and our blog.

With both Creately and Creately Desktop integrating multiple languages, diagramming becomes easier than ever. Needless to say, these are busy but exciting times for us.

Author

rohitha

Rohitha Perera is a Community Evangelist at Creately.com, a collaborative diagramming software for teams. When he’s not working on marketing strategies for web start-ups, he spends time reading, watching movies, jogging, gardening and cooking. You can follow him on Twitter:@creately @ForzaRP

Comments

  1. […] promised 2 days back, Creately and Creately Desktop is now up and ready in German! If your OS is already in German then […]

  2. […] are some cool things going on at Creately at the moment, which I’m sure you would be glad to pitch in and help with. So until next time, happy […]

  3. […] over a month since we got Creately and Creately Desktop up and running in German. Thanks to our Localization Program, we’ve got both Japanese and Chinese added onto our language portfolio as well. Of course, none […]

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