100 Multi Language Options Available Hubilos Dashboard

100+ Language Options Now Available on Hubilo's Dashboard

Juhi Purswani
September 13, 2019

Yes, you heard it right! Hubilo’s dashboard now supports multiple language options.

Which means?

One app, Many Languages.

While it has been acknowledged that English is a universal language and maximum software use the same, many people globally prefer their native languages.

With Hubilo’s new feature update in the existing event app, event planners & organizers can now manage the event content in multiple languages. Yes, Hubilo’s event app supports multi-language functionality.

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Why introduce Multi-language feature in the event app?

1. Improve User Experience: To provide a seamless experience, multi-language is a cherry on the top for the attendees who prefer their native languages.

2. Time Savior: Building different apps for different languages & a multitude of events is a waste of time & energy. With an option to select multiple languages from the dashboard eases the task for event organizers

3. Cost-effective solution: Rather than building numerous apps or adding an integration that supports automatic change of language which are expensive; Hubilo’s event app offers a way out which is quite cost-effective.

How to enable the multi-language toggle?

It’s as simple as it can be. Login to the dashboard, enter the basic event details and there you go, select the languages you want for the attendees!


After selecting the event technology solutions you want for your event, you can enter event details in the selected languages.

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Why no automatic translation?

You don’t want your attendee experience to be disastrous, do you? With Hubilo’s user-friendly dashboard, you need to add content in different languages in all the sections. Be it event details or push notifications, you can add correct translated data in the sections.

Once your app is ready, the attendees can preview the event app in their desired language from the dropdown options. Also, the device can auto-detect the attendee’s language preference and display the supported language.

How will the multi-language event app impact the event success?

Event attendee wishes to have a personalized event experience when it comes to corporate and business events. What if you can personalize event experience pre-event with the touch of multi-language once the attendee downloads the event app.


This can prove to be a beneficial factor of maximizing event ROI and enhancing the user experience by playing around with event technology elements.

The support of their native language in the app will create a seamless experience for the event attendees.

Promotion on social media can be an added advantage! If the user of the event app is elated, he/she may share their experience on social media or their network which is a positive promotion!

Last but not least, Hubilo supports 100+ languages on their dashboard, so check it out now and see for yourself how the multilingual feature enhances the user experience.

Want to add a spark to your event with multi-language support? Request a demo now or visit our website to know more.

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Juhi Purswani

Juhi Purswani is a major in Information Technology. Currently a Content Developer in Hubilo, she is a passionate writer and loves to research and explore new and unique topics. Working in an event-tech company, she is getting accustomed to the technological revolutions that are taking place in the event management industry. Fond of Dan Brown books, she is an avid reader of fiction. In her relaxation moments, she pens down her thoughts in the form of poems and quotes. You can follow her on twitter on @19_juhi.

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