I know that all of us have at least once sought to translate Tweets from a foreign language. It’s only logical, as users are spread across the globe, we don’t always follow people who only speak our language. There are a few third-party tools that you can use to translate Tweets, but now Twitter has launched it’s own built-in solution.
— Twitter (@twitter) January 22, 2015
Enter, translation powered by Microsoft Bing and voila! You can now read Tweets in other languages.
If you want this feature enabled, you don’t have to wait as it’s already activated by default, but all you have to do to deactivate it is to login to your account, go to your account settings and then find the Tweet translation section – just make sure the box is ticked. That’s all! Translation supports more than 40 languages, it’s available on Twitter.com, as well as iOS and Android apps. If you want to translate a Tweet, all you have to do is click on the globe icon…
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