Do you know that Judge.me is available in 33 languages? Pick your desired language now to make your widgets and emails more friendly to the local customers.



Translating your Judge.me widgets

Use Judge.me's default translations

Our app will automatically detect your shop’s language and set the default language for the widgets.

If you want to change the language, go to Review Request > Timing and Format > Language Info. 


When you change your language setting, all customer-facing text in Review Widget, Preview Badge, etc. will be automatically translated into your desired language with Judge.me's default translations.


Want to customize your translations?

If you have customized any widget text; for example, customize the text for Widget Header; the system will prioritize your text over Judge.me's default translations. Text customization is available in our Awesome plan ($15/month).


Use translation apps

You can also translate your widgets using a translation app like Weglot (apps.shopify.com/weglot). We are working on more integrations to help you do the translation easier.


Translating your email templates

Use Judge.me's default translations

When you change your app's default language in Language Info, not only your widgets but also your default email templates will be translated into your desired language. This feature is available on your Forever Free plan.

For example, if your app’s default language is Japanese, customers will receive Japanese emails.


Want to customize your translations? 

If you are on our Awesome plan, you can customize your email translations as you want. You do that in both default or custom email templates. The system will prioritize your customized text over Judge.me's default translations.


Send your review request emails in multiple languages

Another cool feature that you can get in our Awesome plan: send review request emails in multiple languages. You can use Multiple Language Emails in the custom email templates. Shopify will track the customer_locale of the fulfilled orders and send the right emails. 

For example, if your customers purchased the products on your French store, they will receive French emails; if they purchased the products one your Italian store, they will receive Italian emails.


Spotted a translation error in our default translations?


Feel free to contact our support if you have suggestions to improve our default translations. Please tell us which word or phrase is off, and what should be the correct ones. We appreciate it if you can give us a brief explanation of why the translation is wrong.

For example, to translate the word "review"/"opinion" to French, "avis" is a better word than "critique".