The Userback JavaScript API allows you to set widget options, including the ability to change the language of the widget. This allows for dynamic language selection based on the user's preferred language or location, multi-language support for different pages, and personalized experience based on user preferences or account settings.

To change the language of the widget, you will need to use the widget_settings object and specify one of the supported language codes.

Userback.widget_settings = {
language : "en"

Here is an example of how to change the language of the widget to French:

Userback = window.Userback || {};
Userback.access_token = '[your widget token]';

Userback.widget_settings = {
language: "fr"

(function(d) {
var s = d.createElement('script');s.async = true;
s.src = '';
(d.head || d.body).appendChild(s);

After making this change, the Userback widget should now be displayed in French.

Please be aware that this is just an example, you will need to use your own widget token and the settings that are appropriate for your implementation.

Supported Language Codes

  • en: English

  • da: Danish

  • de: German

  • es: Spanish

  • et: Estonia

  • fi: Finnish

  • fr: French

  • hu: Hungarian

  • it: Italian

  • jp: Japanese

  • ko: Korean

  • lt: Lithuanian

  • pl: Polish

  • pt: Portuguese

  • pt-br: Portuguese (Brazil)

  • nl: Dutch

  • no: Norwegian

  • ro: Romanian

  • ru: Russian

  • sk: Slovak

  • sv: Swedish

  • zh-CN: Simplified Chinese

  • zh-TW: Traditional Chinese

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