How to Translate a Page?

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How to translate a page? If that’s what you’re seeking an answer to, you’re exactly where you should be.

Throughout this piece, I’d be explaining how to Google translate page to any language you wish to.

The world is turning into a “village”, that I’m stating in regards to the breaking of the language barriers. On the Internet, you can find people speaking any kind of language, from any country.

And hence this has given rise to a number of websites that aren’t in English, or your native language.

And that’s where Google Translate comes in.

What is Google Translate?

It’s an inbuilt translator from Google, that has been integrated into your Chrome browsers. It facilitates the translation of websites in other languages to your native language. You can also take a screenshot on Google Chrome and you don’t need any kind of 3rd party apps to take a screenshot.

It’s absolutely free and fast, obviously, that’s whats expected considering the reputation of Google anyway.

How to Translate a Page?

The whole process can be termed as a double-click process”. Well yeah two clicks is all you need in order to translate a page.

Go to the website which you want to translate > Right click anywhere on the page and select “Translate to [your default language]” (In my case it’s English, it might be different for you.)


Done! Normally, the other tutorials on this page include quite a number of steps, so this probably is the shortest-step article on this whole website.


Whenever you land on a page that’s not in your native language or in any language which you’ve added to your Google Chrome browser, you would automatically get a prompt asking if you want to translate the page.

All you’ve to do is, click on the “Translate” button, and the page would get translated in the next couple seconds.


Which Languages can You Translate to?

Google translate supports all languages that the browser and “Google translate” individually support, and let me tell you it’s a list consisting of over a hundred languages!


The translations are a one-time translations, meaning if you’ve translated your page from English to Spanish or any other language, it will get back to the original language if you refresh or close your browser.

How to Make Google Chrome Automatically Translate a Page?

If you don’t want it to be a one-time translation, you can click on the “options” button on the translation prompt.


And then check the “always translate’ option.


This makes sure that the page automatically gets translated every time but keep in mind that this option works only for the current page, and not for every page on the web. So for that, you’d have to translate all the required pages atleast once manually.

Additional Tip:

Let me be honest, I’ve solved your problem and answered your query How to translate a page, haven’t I?

But it’s against the ethics of this page to be less than 1000 words, it just doesn’t feel right, if you’ve invested your time with us, let me make sure you get the most out of it.

So here’s a little something extra for you.

How to Use Google Translate?

Google Translate is an individual platform Google offers in case you need to translate sentences, or Eassey.

It’s free, and easy to use. To start, make sure you’ve selected “detect language” in the first box. This helps you write or copy-paste your content in any language, and it’s automatically detected.


Now write or paste your content in the translation box.


Select the language you want to translate to from the small downward arrow icon on the right box, and choose the language.


And instantly, you get the translation for the sentence in the first box. (It’s automatic, you don’t need to actually click on the “translate” button. It’s just a button that has been there since the early days and hence they haven’t taken it down probably!)


Advanced Settings:-

You can even “voice-dictate” your phrases or anything else by clicking on the mic icon in the translation box.


And on the other hand, you can listen to the translated version of your phrase, in the language you’ve translated to by clicking on the listen button on the right-box. You can also be able to see the whole page in your local language. Here is how to change the language in Google Chrome.


How to use Google Drive:-

What is Google Drive?

Google Drive is like the external hard-disk for your computer, the only difference is its on the cloud.

It helps you store almost every kind of file online, ranging from Photos to Emails!

Adding Files to Google Drive:-

I prefer using the drag and drop interface. Meaning I can just drag my files, and drop them on the drive to start the upload sequence.

Or, you might prefer using the “New” button on the top-left corner.


Final Words:-

So that was all I had regarding how to translate a page folks, hope this piece helped. And if for some reasons (primarily server issues) your translation isn’t going through, you can use backhand methods as well.

For eg. you might try copying the whole content and then pasting it onto the Google Translate page.

Anyway do let me know if you’ve any methods more efficient than the one discussed above, and I might just as well include it over here. If you wanted a stable Homepage on Google Chrome, you can set the homepage on Google chrome very easily.

Not to mention that I wouldn’t mind the least bit if you decide to hit the share button and share this piece with your folks on social media! Keeps me motivated.


Aishwar Babber is a passionate blogger and a digital marketer. He loves to talk and blog about the latest tech and gadgets, which motivates him to run GizmoBase. He is currently practicing his digital marketing, SEO, and SMO expertise as a full-time marketer on various projects. He is an active investor in NewSmartWave and ImageStation.

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