Users who speak a language other than English can take advantage of our localized resources. These include user guides, Help Centers, video captions, and product interfaces.
Google Apps Help Centers are localized in several languages.
To change the language for a Help Center, click the displayed language at the bottom of the page and select your language from the list.
Here's how your users can turn on these captions:
Visit The Apps Show on the Google Apps channel on YouTube.
Click the video you want to play, or, at the top, click Playlists to see featured content.
After the video starts playing, click Subtitles/CC to turn on subtitles.
If other languages are available, you can change your language for the video subtitles/closed captions by clicking Settings and selecting your language from the Subtitles/CC field.
As the administrator, you can choose a default language for Google Apps.
Gmail, Google Calendar, Docs, and other product interfaces are available in many languages. Generally, the language setting is available under Settings in the top corner of a product page.
For example, to change the display language for Gmail:
Open your Gmail account, and at the top of the page, click Settings.
On the General tab next to Languages, select your language.
At the bottom of the page, click Save.
Note: Some product features are not available in all languages. New features are initially available only in the English interfaces.
Change your language settings for the following Apps:
Our Help Center for administrators contains guides with recommendations for settings and support so you can provide the best experience for your team with regards to accessibility. You’ll also find Google’s approach to accessibility and compliance information.
You can read through the entire guide or view the section for a specific product.
Visit the administrator’s guide to accessibility
You can point your team to our Help Center guide to accessibility for users, which contains recommendations for screen readers and browsers and other resources on accessibility for Google Apps.
Visit the user’s guide to accessibility