The Google Translate web browser plug-in can translate the content of Echo pages into over 100 different languages. The plug-in is available in many leading browsers such as Chrome and Safari and follows a similar installation path and workflow. For this article, the installation steps for Chrome will be shown.
NOTE: The installation and functionality of this browser plug-in are not managed or supported by New Tech Network.
Installing Google Translate to your Chrome browser
In Chrome, click on the three dot icon on the right for settings. Scroll to "More Tools" in the dropdown, and select "Extensions" from the second dropdown.
Click on the "get more extensions" link at the bottom of the page.
Chrome Web Store - Add Google Translate to your Browser
1. Search for Google Translate.
2. Click the button "Add to Chrome."
Confirming the addition of Google Translate to your Browser
Click "Add extension."
The process takes seconds and adds the Google Translate button to your browser.
Using Google Translate
Google Translate can be activated on any webpage by clicking the button.
Translate a Phrase or a Page
A phrase or sentence can be translated by pasting or writing it within the text field and clicking the Translate button.
To translate an entire page, click the TRANSLATE THIS PAGE link.
When the page is translated, an additional tab appears showing translation options. Click on the language to bring up a dropdown to view all available languages.
To translate each page of Echo, log into Echo.
Then click the Google Translate button on your browser and click TRANSLATE THIS PAGE. The page will translate into your preferred language.
Echo is constantly being improved based on the feedback from users and we strive to keep our documentation up to date. If this document doesn’t match what you are seeing in Echo, please let us know.
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