This article will summarise how to test translated content on your browser
As an admin or content author it can be a long process to test out content on your phone as you will need to change your device settings on a regular basis to lots of different languages.
This guide has been put together to show you a faster way of doing your content testing.
We will be using Google Chrome in this example
Step 1: Have you translated content ready to go
Firstly, you will need to have already prepared your translated courses. This can be done via manual translation or AI translation
Step 2: Go to your browser settings
Step 3: Find the 'Advanced' section on the left-hand side of the screen and click on 'languages'
Step 4: Click on the language drop down and find 'add language'
Step 5: Search for the language you want to test the content in and click 'add'
Step 6: Once added, click on the three dots to the right, and you will see this screen pop up where you need to choose ‘move to the top’
Step 7: This will then change your browser language to whichever is at the top. Next step is to log in with your learner profile on web.edapp.com
I have chosen French in the example below, but you can now see the app is in French, along with my translated courseware.
Step 8: Now we want to get the mobile style view. This can be done by right-clicking and choosing ‘inspect’ on the menu, and it will open up a page segment on the right.
Step 9: Click on the device toggle button at the top
This button will toggle the display where you can put in different dimensions to try the app on a device simulator or pull the sides of the screen to adjust