Starting in 2018, CrashPlan changes our translation policy for the CrashPlan console in CrashPlan cloud environments. Any updates to the CrashPlan console are first released in US English only. Support for the 15 additional languages is added in a later release. CrashPlan groups all translation updates to the CrashPlan console and releases the updates once every 3-4 months.
This article explains the upcoming changes in CrashPlan’s language support and what it means for you.
This policy affects the CrashPlan console in CrashPlan cloud environments.
To maintain accurate translations, CrashPlan uses human translators who not only translate the words, but localize the user interface to support non-English speakers. To maintain our release cadence as well as our high standard for localization, we are updating our translation policy. New features and updates to the CrashPlan console in CrashPlan cloud environments are released in English first. The 15 additional supported languages are added every 3-4 months.
- All existing features are still translated in each of the 15 supported languages.
- CrashPlan groups all translation updates to the CrashPlan console and releases the updates once every 3-4 months.
- The CrashPlan app will include support for all 15 languages for each major and minor release.
- CrashPlan environments with an on-premises authority server or managed appliances will include all 15 supported languages for each major and minor release.
- There may be times when some features of the CrashPlan console are translated and localized, and some features remain in US English-only.
major software version
Major software versions contain large features and changes to functionality. A significant software version that is defined by a decimal place ending in 0. Example: 10.0.
minor software version
Minor software versions contain smaller features and enhancements to existing functionality. Minor version numbers are one decimal place, such as 8.8 or 10.2
The available language options of CrashPlan products
Updates to this document
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