How do I translate a button label based on the recipient's language?

With Cloze you can translate custom fields and templates content to ensure that the recipient receives your content in their local language. For example, when sending properties to a potential buyer the template can dynamically change to display the description, email subject, custom field labels, and button labels in the recipient's preferred language. Cloze will use the country and formatting options set in their Cloze profile to display the translated content. By default, the contact's country is used to select the formatting and translated content. 

Translating specific content

For any Cloze template you can translate:

Cloze automatically selects the translation based on the contact

In this example, because the formatting is set to automatic and the country is set to Italy, any content that has been translated to Italian will be used. 

A preferred language can also be set by tapping on the Formatting dropdown and selecting a language. 

In this example, because the formatting is set to English, any translated content will use English instead of Italian. 

How to translate button labels based on the recipient's language

When creating a Marketing Email you can include buttons. The button label can be translated into other languages based on the recipient's locale. 

Here are step-by-step instructions on how to create translations for a Button. 

1.) Tap on More (...) in the lower right of your screen on mobile (iOS/Android) and lower left on

2.) Tap on Template Library

3.) Select the template you wish to edit.

5.) Tap on Edit.

6.) Tap on the button to select it. When you select the button, the editor will appear on the right. 

The selection editor is used to make styling changes and set the button label. 

7.) On the right side of the screen, in the selection editor, tap on the globe icon next to the button label. 

8.) Tap on Add next to New Language.

9.) Select each language you wish to include.
Cloze will include a translation for the field name automatically, but you can make refinements as needed after you select each language. 

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