how into change The language at Your Facebook(NASDAQ: FB) account & news feedBusiness Insider #Your_FacebookApril 21, 2019
Here, you can change your Facebook language, set the language that posts will be translated into, and select any languages that you don’t want to be translated — this is a great function if you’re bilingual and want to avoid mis-translations of your friend’s posts.
To change the Facebook language, click “Edit” on the right side.
You can select one of the visible languages listed in this box and then click “Change Language” in the pop-up box.
You can also click the + on the right of the box to open a list of all available languages.
Select your desired language from this list to make the change.
Click on the language you want to use for Facebook and the change will be made.
Your Facebook app language will be set to match your phone language (which you can change in your phone’s settings), but you can also manually select your language from the list on this page.
Scroll down and open the “Settings & Privacy” sub menu.
You’ll also have the option to default to your “Device Language,” which can be set in your phone’s settings.
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