English is the default language in Schedulista. If your clients are non-English speaking, you can change the language of the online scheduler.

The scheduler is currently available in the following languages: English, French, German, Norwegian, Portuguese, and Spanish.

Contents in this article:

  • Example schedulers
  • What changes and what doesn't change
  • Changing your scheduler language
  • Note on time format with language selection
  • Additional languages

Example schedulers

Check out example schedulers below:

What changes and what doesn't change

Changing the scheduler language updates only what your clients see.  The online scheduler and the client notifications (confirmation & reminder emails; text/SMS reminders) are translated. 

Your account dashboard, including the calendar and settings; the mobile app; and the provider notifications do not change and will remain in English.

Changing your scheduler language

(1) Go to Settings > Scheduler

(2) Click on the Language tab

Note: If you are using the Schedulista app on Wix, you can change your scheduler language here.

(3) Select your language from the drop-down menu

(4) Click Save

Note on time format with language selection

Appointment times will be presented in either 12-hour or 24-hour time format depending on the language chosen and the dominant format in the country set in your Business Details.

Languages in 12-hour format (12:00 a.m - 11:59 p.m.)
English
Spanish (only Mexico, Dominican Republic, Colombia)

Languages in 24-hour format (0:00 - 23:59)
French
German
Norwegian
Portuguese
Spanish (excluding Mexico, Dominican Republic, Colombia)

Additional languages

We will be periodically updating this feature with new languages. If you'd like to have Schedulista translated into another language, let us know by sending a request to support@schedulista.com

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