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Change language based on location

Change language based on location

GaryOwen12
Explorer | Level 3
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Hello,

I share my account with my employees in different countries, the language was different when they opened it in other countries. When he enters it in my file, it displays (emergency mobile locksmith) as something else that is set as mine, so he doesn't understand anything.Can the Dropbox website change its language according to the regional settings of the browser?how can I fix it 

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Rich
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@GaryOwen12 wrote:

Can the Dropbox website change its language according to the regional settings of the browser?


No, the website doesn't do that. The other thing to keep in mind is that Dropbox accounts are meant for individuals and should not be shared. It's actually against the Dropbox Terms to share an account and can lead to the account being deleted.

 

If you need to share files with other people, everyone should have their own account and you should use a shared folder and invite the other people to it.

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Rich
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@GaryOwen12 wrote:

Can the Dropbox website change its language according to the regional settings of the browser?


No, the website doesn't do that. The other thing to keep in mind is that Dropbox accounts are meant for individuals and should not be shared. It's actually against the Dropbox Terms to share an account and can lead to the account being deleted.

 

If you need to share files with other people, everyone should have their own account and you should use a shared folder and invite the other people to it.

GaryOwen12
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ook i got it your point thanks

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