- Responsive Email Editor Review
- Designing your email
- Creating Synchronized Modules
- Setting Up Responsive Email Design
- Setting Up Smart Containers
- Creating a Gmail Promotions Annotation
- Adding The Rollover Effect
- Adding Anchor Links
- Module Library
- Adding a Table to an Email
- Adding Custom Fonts
- Creating CTA Button
- Working with Images
- Creating Timer
- Using AI in the Email Editor
- Setting Up Widgets for Your Site
- Widget Calling
- Setting Up Locations for the Widget Calling Rules
- Storing data from widgets to contact fields
- Using Annoyance Safeguard
- Actions After Form Submission
- Replacing Double Opt-In System Workflow
- Using Yespo Extension for Google Chrome
- Creating Pop-ups via Google Tag Manager or WordPress
- Sending Yespo Widget Events to Google Analytics
- Using A/B Tests for Widgets
- Building and Editing Workflows
- Configuring Workflow Start/Stop Conditions
- Start Block
- Popular Blocks
- Message Blocks
- Contact Blocks
- Conditions Blocks
- Other Blocks
- Message to Segment Blocks
- Time Blocks
- Setting Up Allowed Send Time
- Using Workflow Launch History
- Webhook Workflows
- Workflow Troubleshooting
- Double Opt-In
- Welcome Сampaign
- Welcome Series Segmented by Category
- Launching a Workflow After a Contact Import
- Regular Workflow for a Segment
- Birthday Campaign
- Linking Workflow to the Button
- Using Variables from Order in Workflow
- Collecting Order Feedback
- Customer Reactivation
- Sending Extra Campaigns
- Sending Campaign to Those Who Did Not Open the Previous One
- Email Campaign Report
- Web Push Campaign Report
- Viber Campaign Report
- Mobile Push Campaign Report
- App Inbox Campaign Report
- Widget Report
- Triggered Campaign Report
- AMP Campaign Report
- SMS Campaign Report
- Multilingual Campaign Report
- Setting up UTM Tags
- Revenue from Campaigns
- Tracking Campaign Performance in Google Analytics 4
Events and Behaviour Tracking
Setting Multilingual Widget
Create a widget on your site that will be displayed in the user's language.
The system checks the following to determine the user's language:
- the lang attribute in the HTML code of the site;
- if the lang attribute isn't set, the system checks the language of the user's browser;
- the system will use the default language version if the user's language doesn't match the specified widget languages.
1. Go to Site → Widgets and select the widget type from the drop-down list.
2. When editing the widget appearance, click the globe icon on the top panel and specify the default language. The system will display it if the user's language is not defined.
3. Click on the default language code and add the language version.
4. Translate the widget texts into the appropriate language. Other elements in the language versions remain the same as in the default version.
When you add a language, the system automatically creates a copy of the widget you are editing at the moment. So if you edit the widget in Polish, the system will duplicate this widget but not a copy of the widget in the default language. This feature simplifies work with languages belonging to the same language group.
To switch between languages, use the drop-down list. You can replace any language, remove it, or set it as default.
The number of language versions you can create is limited only by the pricing package.
The publication process of the multilingual widget is standard (see instructions).
Displaying Multilingual Widgets in Account
Multilingual widgets in the lists are marked with a globe icon. The number next to the widget’s name indicates the number of its language versions.
Hover over the icon to see the list of added languages. You can edit the necessary widget by clicking the corresponding language in the drop-down list.