Adding a New Mobile App Locale

Follow these steps if a contributor requests their localeLocale Locale = language version, often a combination of a language code and a region code, for instance es_MX denotes Spanish as it’s used in Mexico. A list of all locales supported by WordPress in to be enabled in WordPress for Android or iOSiOS The operating system used on iPhones and iPads. apps.

Validate Locale Availability

  1. Does the language set exist for the app? (iOS / Android)
    • YES: Go to step 2
    • NO: Go to step 3
  2. Is the translation complete?
    • YES: Go to step 5
    • NO: Ask them to translate the project.
  3. Does the locale code exist in the available languages (iOS / Android) list?
    • YES: Ask the Mobile Team why the locale is not available.
    • NO: Go to step 4
  4. Check if the locale is supported in the mobile OS.
    • YES: Check with the Mobile Team to make sure it’s ok to create the language set.
    • NO: Since the locale is not supported, it can’t be added.
  5. Ask the Mobile Team to enable the locale.

Translation of release notes is only available if the Apple App Store or Google Play Store exists for the locale.

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Add Translation Sets

In each project listed below, click “Project Actions” → “New Translation Set” to add a translation set for the locale.

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You must create the translation sets under the Dev/Release Notes projects, not iOS/Android projects. If you make a mistake, you can edit the ID to fix it.

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