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Does Promptitude Support Other Languages?
Does Promptitude Support Other Languages?
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Written by Promptitude Team
Updated over a week ago

Yes, Promptitude does support other languages. By default, the platform is set to English, but it also supports Spanish if it's automatically detected from your browser settings. You can easily change your language preference from the user menu. This article will guide you on how to do that and explain how the language settings affect your experience with Promptitude.

Changing Your Language Settings

To change your language settings, follow these steps:

  1. Go to the user menu located at the bottom of the sidebar.

  2. Click on My Profile.

  3. Find the Language section.

  4. Choose your preferred language from the dropdown menu.

  5. Click Save to apply your new language settings.

Once you've saved your new language settings, all Promptitude notifications and onboarding emails will be sent to you in your chosen language.

Language Settings and Your Prompts

It's important to note that the automatic language detection doesn't affect the language of your prompt results. The language of your prompt results depends entirely on the prompt engineering implemented in each of them.

Language Settings for Shared Public Pages

For your shared public pages, the language will be set with automatic detection. This means that the language will depend on the user's configuration of your public prompts.

Future Language Support

Promptitude is continuously working to support more languages. Soon, the platform will support German. If there's a specific language you need, feel free to write to us at [email protected] to suggest it.


Promptitude's language support ensures that you can use the platform in a language that you're comfortable with. Whether you're using the platform in English or Spanish, or waiting for support for other languages, Promptitude is committed to providing a user-friendly experience for all users, regardless of their language preference.

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