Translate Your WordPress Forms With GTranslate And Go Global

Having a multilingual form on your WordPress website can help you expand your reach to a broader audience, which in return will help you improve your revenue.

GTranslate uses Google Translate’s automatic translation service to translate WordPress sites and make them multilingual. With 103 available languages, your website forms are available to more than 99% of internet users. 

In this tutorial, we’ll walk you through how to connect GTranslate with Pie Forms and make forms multilingual. Ensure you have Pie Forms installed and activated on your WordPress Dashboard.

Install And Activate

Install and activate the GTranslate plugin on your WordPress dashboard to get started. Download the plugin from here and log in to your WordPress admin dashboard.

  1. Click on Plugins>>Add New>>Upload Plugin.
  2. Choose file.
  3. Install the plugin.
    Upload Plugin
  4. Once installed, activate it.
    Upload Plugin


Configure Settings

After installing and activating GTranslate, you can locate it from the settings menu from the sidebar of your Admin Dashboard.

Settings Gtranslate

Here you can customize the settings your way and select all or some languages as per your business need. 

Gtanslate Menu

Once you are done with the customization, save the settings. This will make your complete website multilingual, including the forms. 

The languages you choose will show up in the dropdown, and the user would be more likely to interact with it if they find the information in their own language. 

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That’s it! This is how easy it is. You will see how going multilingual can transform your business. Dropdown a message here for further queries and our support team will contact you shortly.