I am an Event Organizer
- 📖 Getting Access | Stage 1
- 📖 Event Details | Stage 1
- 📖 Customization | Stage 1
- 📖 Ticketing | Stage 1
- 📖 Matchmaking | Stage 2
- 📖 Sponsors | Stage 2
- 📖 Schedule & Widget | Stage 2
- 📖 Attendees & Groups | Stage 3
- 📖 Event Onboarding | Stage 3
- 📖 Speakers | Stage 4
- 📖 Streams | Stage 4
- 📖 Breakout Rooms | Stage 4
- 📖 Event Info Pages | Stage 5
- 📖 Communications | Stage 5
- 📖 Home Analytics | Stage 6
- 📖 Exporting Reports | Stage 6
- 📖 Analytics Tab Overview | Stage 6
- 📖 Traffic Analytics | Stage 6
- 📖 Integrations | Stage 7
- 📖 Troubleshooting
I am a Sponsor
I am an App User
Getting Started with Events
Tips for Event Organizers
Language options on Brella
Brella is currently only in the English Language.
If you want to hold your event in a different language on Brella, there are many places that are customizable text-wise, only the basic navigation is in English and currently cannot be customized.
Examples of text space you are in control of:
- Schedule - Titles for your content as well as your text content
- Sponsors - Tab title and virtual booths
- Announcements and other Event info
If you want to know more about how Brella could be used in your event in a different language you can always contact our sales team to talk more about your choices and a potential partnership!
❓For translation purposes, you can use third-party tools of your choice with Brella. Examples of these tools are Interprefy and Wordly. Many attendees also use their browser in-built translators, which can work as an alternative for your non-English speaking attendees. Find out more options here.
Last updated in February 2021.
Written by Wendy Rendón
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