There are various languages available for the user interface and for object definition. You can select the languages from the user menu.
German, English, and French are available for the user interface. The language of the object definition can be chosen independently of the user interface language. The field names in the index data, search, and workflow forms will then be read from a language table that was created along with the object definitions. The available languages have been defined in advance by your administrator in the object definition.
Language settings will be synchronized between the enaio® clients, meaning that the language setting that you selected in enaio® webclient, for example, will also be used in desktop application of enaio® webclient, enaio® mobile, or enaio® client.
To change the display language, follow these steps
Click or tap on the User menu icon in the main menu or your avatar image.
The user menu now opens.
Click or tap on the Settings icon in the user menu.
The settings dialog now opens.
Select the General tab.
You now have the option of setting the user interface language and the language of the object definition independently of each other.
Click or tap the Arrow icon located next to the Language entry in the General tab.
The current language settings for the user interface and for object definition will be shown.
Click or tap on the Arrow icon next to the languages that are currently configured.
The menu with the available languages is shown.
Select the desired language.
The user interface or the object definition will be shown in the selected languages after restarting enaio® webclient.
Click or tap on the Apply button to apply all changes made in the settings and close the settings dialog. Restart the client, if necessary.
When switching to a language other than "German", the British standard date format (DD/MM/YYYYY) is always displayed. For example, enaio® webclient, enaio® webclient as a desktop application, and enaio® mobile do not support the U.S. date format (MM/DD/YYYY).