5 years ago
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How to Vingle #4 - Translating Cards
As Vingle is a global community, there is a unique group of Vinglers who can be respected just as much as Card creators are. These Vinglers form bridges in the international sharing of interests.
If you’re multi-lingual, and come across a Card that you’d like to introduce to other language readers, give it a try by using the “Translate” feature. You can directly translate it, interpret in your way or localize the card based another country's culture.

When you press the Translate button on a Card, a new window will appear for you to write your Card in. The editor extracts images or videos from the original Card for your convenience but you can remove some of them or insert additional photos or videos. The text area, however, will be empty, which leaves you space to do your translating!
Each Card that has been Translated will show a “Translations” tree where you can see how the Card has spread around the world. This feature is built for the global sharing of good content while still securing credit for the original author.
........................................................................................................................... [More Vingle tips] * How to Vingle #1 Starting Vingle : http://www.vingle.net/posts/5601 * How to Vingle #2 Start to Vingle : http://www.vingle.net/posts/5608 * How to Vingle #3 Add a Card : http://www.vingle.net/posts/5999

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i like the idea of the translation option 👍
2 years ago·Reply
how exactly do you do this?
4 months ago·Reply