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In the language settings under the main settings, you can see which languages are in use. You can use the language settings to specify the languages in which users should be able to use the solution. The languages that are activated there are available to every user and every employee in the personal settings as possible user languages (except for partially supported languages).

Configure languages

Click on Edit.GIF in the “Configure languages” section to configure the language settings. You can then view all languages available for selection, and:

Change the language selection

  • Fully supported languages
Here you will see a list of the core languages that are currently available/supported in umantis
Here you will see a list of partially supported or “lite” languages.
Attention.gif For more information, please see the section on “Lite” languages
  • Other languages
Here you will see a list of other languages

Umantis default language

The default language for a solution serves as a fallback language, and is used when a page is not explicitly called up in a specific language through the use of parameters or of the user language.

Globe Icon.PNG Select language

You can easily change your user language and time zone by clicking on the Globe Icon.PNG icon at the top right in the system navigation bar for your umantis solution. The language that was defined as the default language for this umantis solution is always displayed without a translation when selecting the language here. For all other languages that are available as user languages, each language’s name for itself is also shown — and the same logic applies to time zones, which you can also change here. This ensures that you will always understand at least one of the two language names displayed.

Info.gif As always, you can also change the user language through your own user profile.
Info.gif You can use configuration mode to show or hide the icon, and to indicate whether or not time zone information should be displayed.

“Lite” languages

Languages that are only partially supported are referred to as “lite” languages. They are only available for certain sections of the solution, and can only be selected by the applicant as a user language.

Info.gif Lite languages are currently available in the following sections of umantis Applicant Management:

Attention.gif Please note that a “lite” (partially supported) language should not be imported as a user language.

Integration tips

  • You must choose a single variant of the German language. The available versions are “Deutsch (CH)” for Switzerland or “Deutsch (DE)” for Germany. The two variants of German cannot both be activated at the same time, since everywhere that users can switch between the languages, the specific variant is not shown (for improved legibility), and only the general term “German” is displayed.
  • When integrating pages or sending links to pages in the solution, the desired language can be included as a parameter with a link. The parameter is “?lang=”. The value for the language parameter is one of the language codes from the list below:

List of languages

Info.gif Notes:

  • The table contains a list of the languages supported for each application.
  • This list includes both the standard languages and those that must be purchased separately.
  • The contents of the table are in alphabetical order (“Language” column).
  • An “X” means that the language is available for the given application.
  • If a language is available for “Applicant Management”, then it is automatically available for the “Applicant Management Lite” version as well.
  • If a language that you want to use is not available, please consult with your contact at umantis.
Language Availability Language code Language ID
ISO code
Applicant Management Applicant Management Lite Hiring Manager (German only) Employee management Performance Manager
Arabic X - X X - ara 14 ar
Bulgarian - X - - - bul 20 bg
Chinese (simpl.) X X X - chi 10 zh
Chinese (trad.) X - X X - cht 35 zh-tw
Danish - X - - - dan 9 da
German (Germany) X - X X X gerger 31 de
German (Switzerland) X - X X X ger 1 de-ch
English (US) X - X X X eng 2 en
English (UK) X - X X X gbr 36 en-gb
Finnish - X - - - fin 24 fi
French X - X X X fre 3 fr
Greek - - - X - gre 21 el-GR
Hebrew - X - - - heb 42 he
Indonesian - X - (in progress) - ind 18 id
Italian X - X X X ita 4 it
Japanese X - X X - jpn 11 ja
Korean X - X X - kor 29 ko
Croatian X - X X
(as of 05/2016)
- hrv 34 hr
Malay X - X X - may 40 ms
Dutch X - X X - dut 7 nl
Norwegian - X - X - nor 22 no
Polish X - X X - pol 30 pl
Portuguese X X X - por 6 pt
Portuguese (Brazil) X - X X - ptb 37 pt-br
Romanian X - X X - rum 25 ro
Romansh - (in progress) - - - roh 32 rm
Russian X - X X - rus 16 ru
Swedish X X X - swe 23 sv
Serbian (Latin) - (in progress) - (in progress) - srp 41 sr
Slovak X - X X
(as of 08/2015)
- slo 26 sk
Slovenian X - X X - slv 33 sl
Spanish X - X X - spa 5 es
Thai X - X X - tha 38 th
Czech X - X X - cze 27 cs
Turkish X - X X - tur 17 tr
Ukrainian X - X - - ukr 39 uk
Hungarian X - X X - hun 28 hu
Vietnamese X - X - - vie 12 vi
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