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The Language Manager allows you to define the language for every individual Confluence Cloud page and blog post. This is needed to link the translations with each other.

Why do I have to define a page language?

Defining the language of a page is important to be able to create links between pages.

When adding a translation link, every linked page needs a specified language so that you can manage your translations easier but also to display the language links correctly.

The Language Manager works both for standard pages and blog posts. You can cross-link between pages and blog posts, too.

How to define the language of a page

Navigate to the page of your choice.

In the header area of your page, where the author and creation date is located, you will find an Add languages button. Click on this button to define the language of your page.

A configuration overlay will open.

In the CURRENT PAGE section you will find the page you are viewing right now. Next to it, there is a language selection button. Click on said button, find the right language and click on the Save button toconfirm your changes.

You don't have to reload the page to see your changes. Wait a second or two and the correct language will be displayed in the header area of your page.

This content was last updated on 02/10/2022.

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