Twitter has become a valuable tool for people to exchange timely bits of information, whether it be a momentous news event, a personal story, or a random thought. We want everyone in the world to have the opportunity to engage in this important exchange, so we're calling on the help of real Twitterers to translate our site into their own language. You've helped define what's important about the product, so you should define your local experience, too.
Afrikaans, Arabic, Basque, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Farsi/Persian, Filipino, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Ukrainian, and Urdu.
We'll be opening the Translation Center up to translators of nearly all languages soon.You can add a request for your language here.
Our How to Get Started in the Twitter Translation Center article walks you through the steps to start translating!
Translation Feedback is a translator-focused section on the Translation Center, where translators can learn why their submitted strings were not approved.
Translated strings that you submitted which were not approved by a language moderator or voted for by other translators.
The feedback feature allows you to see translations you submitted which were not approved by moderators (as well as the original English phrase). The tool will also show you which phrase the moderator ultimately chose and why.
If you submitted a correct translation which was later approved, the feedback tool will show you a "Well done!" message.
Sure! Sometimes a moderator may add the reason why they approved a particular phrase and not yours. This additional feedback will help you improve your translations in the long run.
On the home page, we show the top translators for each language. An algorithm selects people who provide the best quality translations, voting and have had translations approved by moderators.