Spanish or Foreign Language Version of Existing English Forms

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I have an increasing need to translate our websites to Spanish.  We are NOT using Google Translator.  Is there a way to create a Spanish version of your sign up forms - not a separate form - a version of the form to use on the appropriate language page?
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Hi there,

That's a very interesting question and I'd be happy to talk through it with you. 

First off, there is not a way in Emma to have a Spanish version of the same form display on certain website while the English version displays on others. The closest thing I can imagine to that would actually be a client-side program that would do the translating on a page automatically, which is outside the scope of what Emma can provide.

I know you mentioned that you do not want a separate form, but that may be your best bet in lieu of an automatically changing option. You have the option of creating a custom form using our open API that acts as a translated version of your signup form that can be embedded on the appropriate page. If you don't have someone in-house with the ability to develop that type of solution, we do have a savvy tech services team that can handle the creation of that form. If that is something that you'd like some more information on, just let me know!

Regardless of how you'd like to move forward, I'll be putting forth a feature request for Emma to have additional language support. I'd love to see that implemented in the future.

If you have any other questions, just send over a reply!