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My Profile Settings: (Coming Soon!) User Level Language Selection

This announcement represents a single point in time. Future releases may impact the information below.
Feature Announced: October 2, 2019

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Ability to Select a Language for your User Account in Procore 

Procore is adding a User level language setting that will allow you to select the language that you want Procore to be displayed in. Unlike having the language changed for a project or the entire account, selecting the language for your user account will not have any impact on the language for any other users. This feature is currently in Limited Release for international markets, but will later be available for all users. 


This setting will be available to change on the My Profile Settings page, using the ‘Country - Language’ drop-down menu.



After selecting a language, the Procore application will appear in that language.



  • The language selection will only apply to Procore defined values. For example, if a Company Admin adds custom 'trades' that are in English, the trades will still appear in English to the user who selected a different language.
  • User defined text will not be translated. For example, if someone responds to an RFI in English, the user will still see the response in English, regardless of which language they selected.
  • While Procore is striving towards language feature parity, not all features have the same level of language support as English. If you have questions, please contact Procore Support.

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