Frequent question: Can tweets be translated?

Can you translate tweets on Twitter?

Go to your Account settings, in the Content area and select the tweet translation service to turn the setting on or off. When a tweet is displayed in a different language a globe icon appears next to the tweet. Clicking displays the ‘View translation’ link which then shows the translate tweet underneath the original.

How do I turn on translation on Twitter?

Go to your device’s Settings feature and tap System.

  1. Tap Languages & input, then Languages.
  2. If you can’t find System, then under Personal, tap Languages & input, then Languages.
  3. Tap Add a language and choose the language you want to use.
  4. Drag your language to the top of the list.
  5. Restart your Twitter for Android app.

Can Twitter automatically translate?

If a translation is available for a Tweet, a Translate Tweet prompt will be visible directly under the Tweet text. … If you see the link, click or tap the the link to expand the Tweet. A translation of the text in the Tweet will appear below the original Tweet.

What happened to translate tweet?

Tweets that are in a different language than the one in the user’s account settings will appear as translations on the homepage, by default — the translations will no longer be optional, and the translate tweet button will be removed. The feature is currently being tested only on users on iOS and Android.

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How do you get the translator badge on twitter?

How do you get this badge you ask? It’s pretty simple. You go to the Twitter Translation Center and sign up with your account. From their, you will be brought to the TTC Dashboard where you can start translating in your desired language.

How do I change my twitter label?

How to change Twitter Source Label

  1. 1) Just navigate to Twitter Developer website.
  2. 2) Just fill out the form with details about ‘what you want to do with their API’. …
  3. 1) Open this link and click on “create app”
  4. 2) Give your app a name and this name will be shown on your tweets as a source label.