Best Salesforce Email Templates in Different Languages

Many businesses sell their services to a global audience, and one of the most important challenges in reaching out to a global market is translating what your company wants to say clearly and accurately. Fortunately for those businesses that use Salesforce, there are plenty of Salesforce email templates in different languages that you can use. This means that you won’t need to look for any translation tools to translate your email contents. They are already featured as part of the Salesforce service, and all you need to do is to figure out how to use it effectively.

How to Create Salesforce Email Templates in Different Languages

To access Salesforce’s translation templates, you will need to access the translation workbench through the admin setup. Once there, activate your desired languages via translators settings. In these settings, you will be presented with a list of languages that you have access to. including German, French, Spanish and Italian to name a few. Check/Activate those Salesforce email templates that you want to use for our emails, and the system will handle the rest.

In addition to managing Salesforce email templates in different languages, the system also allows you to create custom labels, custom objects as well as tab labels. Furthermore, you can also make additional changes on your email templates by using Salesforce’s other features, such as Picklists and the Multi-Currency feature.

Creating email templates in Salesforce is generally easy thanks to these tools, but you should first learn how to use them properly. Furthermore, you should also learn how to send a mass email in Salesforce, as no amount of customization or templates will help your company if your staff doesn’t know how to manage large volumes of emails. So before start sending translated emails, you may want to experiment with the translation workbench first.

A Few Reminders on Managing Salesforce Email Translation Features

Salesforce’s translation features are certainly useful, but that doesn’t mean that they are perfect. No matter how effective your email templates may be, you should still take the time to establish a process for translating your emails’ contents, and here are a few tips to help you do so.

1. Double check all of your translations, particularly in regards to grammar and choice of words.

2. Try to maintain a few internal translators on call whenever you need to send out large volumes of translated emails.

3. Establish a step by step process for translating emails and email contents for your staff.

4. Review each language in a portal.

Creating Salesforce email templates in different languages can be tricky sometimes, particularly in those situations where your company needs to send and manage large volumes of emails. You can eliminate many of these problems by establishing a process that everyone needs to follow. This process doesn’t have to be perfect, but it does have to be flexible so that you can quickly correct whatever errors or false translations are found in your templates. Once you have done that, you should have little trouble using Salesforce to train your translate your email contents.

Amanda McDonnald
Amanda is the Lead Author & Editor of Rainforce Blog. Amanda established the Rainforce blog to create a source for news and discussion about some of the issues, challenges, news, and ideas relating to Salesforce usage.
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