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Did you know WPML offers support in 9 different languages? We’ve made it easier than ever to connect you with a supporter who can help you in your native language.

Getting technical support can be tricky if you’re getting help in your second language or relying on Google Translate to understand complicated explanations.

To make sure we provide the best service for our clients, WPML employs support specialists who are native speakers and available to you via the support forum or live chat.

You can get support in the following languages:

  • English
  • Spanish
  • French
  • German
  • Portuguese
  • Italian
  • Russian
  • Arabic
  • Hebrew

How to choose your preferred support language

We’re making support more accessible by automatically prompting you to switch to the support forum that matches your browser language.

The prompt to change your support language to match your browser language

You can also set your language in your account preferences so you’re directed to a supporter who speaks the right language each time.

To set a preferred language in your account preferences:

  1. Log in and go to My Account.
  2. Under Account and Payments, click Preferences.
  3. Then simply choose your preferred language from the Support Language dropdown.
Setting your preferred support language

Get in touch!

Meet our support team and see the people who are here to help!

Don’t forget to set your preferred support language today so you’re directed to the right forum if you ever need help.

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2 Responses to “Get WPML support in your native language”

  1. Ok nice, but … your bet to send me an email in one of the three languages of my country was risky. Yet I managed to understand the wrong language and checked my prefs at WPML, which are still in English. Good. Since I signed up in English at the time, I understand that language. 😉