If you're on the Organization plan, you have access to various filters that target panel testers by language, including primary language, language fluency, earliest language in life, and more.
By selecting these filters, you ensure your maze will be shared with testers who match the specified criteria. However, please note that using these filters doesn't guarantee that testers will respond in the chosen language.
Here are some recommendations if you have specific language requirements for your tester orders:
Expect the native language of the country you selected
Most times, testers from a particular country will naturally provide responses in that country's native language, unless you specify otherwise.
For example, testers in France will typically respond in French, while testers in the United Kingdom will usually respond in English.
Ask questions in the target language
For optimal results, it's best to frame your questions in the same language in which you expect the answers. For instance, if you pose a question in Hindi, testers are more likely to respond in Hindi.
Maze automatically sets the language of the testing pages based on the tester's browser preferences. If a tester uses their browser in Spanish, the test UI will automatically appear in Spanish.
However, please be aware that our UI localization only covers the user interface itself. To match your desired language, you'll need to translate the content of your mazes manually, as we do not provide automatic content translation.
Explicitly ask testers to use the target language
In particular, this strategy can be helpful when you need replies in a language that isn't the native language of the country you've selected. For instance, if you're targeting testers in Germany but require responses in English.