Internationalization

We have gradually been preparing Wufoo for international support, so we’re happy that timezones are now functioning. To make use of timezones, go to your Account tab when logged in, and select your timezone from the drop down menu. Once you save, the new timezone will be reflected in the Entry Manager, reports, RSS, and exports.

We have also prepared the backend for foreign languages on public forms. The Wufoo interface will remain in English, but all of your users visiting your forms will be able to see the system messages in a language of your choice. While we were able to get the code in place, we are unfortunately not able to translate English into any other languages, so we we need your help. We would love for all of you multilingual users out there to lend us a helping hand by translating the strings found in [this document](http://www.wufoo.com/translate/wufoo-form.txt “Wufoo Translation”). Just send an email to support@wufoo.com with the translation and the language being used. As we gather language sets, we will update the document to let you all know which are complete. Thanks!

Comments

  • Guys,

    I’d just like to thank you for the great job you do over there. The functionality you’re adding lets me add so much value to the products I offer at Sitefire and is always moving in the direction I need for it to. It’s a real pleasure doing business with you 🙂

    Peter

    Posted February 8th, 2007 by Peter Nixey.
  • Thanks, Peter. That really means a lot.

    Posted February 8th, 2007 by Chris Campbell.
  • I second that, I’ve been using Wufoo for the past 4-5 months and new features coming in are like candy for me. My customers (I’m a web designer) just love how the forms look and feel, and the new confirmation email to the person that fills out the form is just cool. GUYS, YOU ROCK!

    I’m building a Social Networking site which will be released in March and I think I’m going to implement Wufoo forms for all my feedback items.

    Money well spent.

    Posted February 8th, 2007 by Miguel Maldonado.

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