Change the language for your event

  • 24 August 2020
  • 4 replies

Userlevel 2

Slido is multilingual and offers 30+ languages to choose from:


Arabic Bulgarian Catalan Chinese (Simplified)
Chinese (Traditional) Czech Danish Dutch (Netherlands)
English Estonian Finnish French
French (Canadian) German Hindi Hungarian
Indonesian Italian Japanese Korean
Latvian Lithuanian Norwegian Polish
Portuguese (Brazil) Romanian Russian Slovak
Slovenian Spanish (Spain) Spanish (Latin America) Swedish
Turkish Ukrainian Vietnamese  


The language you select will influence the Slido interface in Present mode and on the participants' devices. Your Admin view will remain in English.


To set the language you need for your meeting or event:

  1. Go to Settings
  2. Select Basic information
  3. Click Show additional settings and choose Language



Open the Participant mode on the left to check how your audience will see the Slido interface in the selected language on their devices.


Missing your language in the options?
If you'd like to help us translate Slido to more languages, contact us. We'd be happy to add yours!


Curious about more?

4 replies

Hi, may i know if we can have multi languages on the same questions which responds to our website setup?  For example, when the moderator posts a question on slido, can your system smartly change to different language when the participants change the language menu on our webcast website? 

Moreover, can the Q&A and word cloud function accept answer in different languages, and display the answers in different languages when the moderator post a question in English?






Hi @alisonlam,


Thanks for your questions! Unfortunately, we currently don’t support in-app automatic translation based on your preferred language but it’s definitely a cool idea, thanks for the suggestion. :)


Regarding your second question - both our Q&A and word cloud can accept any language at all times, regardless of your chosen language. So, for instance, you can have people submitting questions (or answers in a word cloud) in English, Arabic, German, Spanish… at the same time.


I hope that helps.




The system can’t automatically translate questions coming in, that’s fine, but there’s no way for an attendee to at least be able to select their preferred language for the interface that they see?

It seems very limiting to have to select a single language for all users.  I am based in Canada and having a mix of English and French speakers would not be out of the question.  For French users, at least being able to select the language for the User Interface would help.


Hi @Anthony N.,

Thank you for your comment.

We’re able to apply such customization on our end - apologies that this isn’t more user friendly at the moment.

Please feel free to send us an email to and we’ll take it from there.