Google Drive and Google Docs Adds Burmese and Welsh Language
Google Drive and Google Docs Adds Burmese and Welsh Language

Google Drive and Google Docs Adds Burmese and Welsh Language. Note, that Burmese is an official language of Myanmar people. However, Welsh is the native language to some England and Argentina People. In Google Drive these two languages availables from Today. However, In Google docs it become available from 19th of this month.

So from these date, these two languages will become part of Docs, Sheets, Slides, New Sites, Forms, and Drive.

Users who already select these two languages as the default one in Google languages have not to select it extensively. It enable automatically in Google Drive and Google Docs.

However, if somehow your favourite language won’t come up, go to the following location to enable it. Open Google Account>Data & Personalization>General Preference for the Web>Language>Edit>Select.

At the time of writing this article, Google Web supports 150 languages in total.

Moreover, Right now, Google Docs supports around 77 languages on the Web, iOS and Android. Finally, talking about Google Drive it supports basically as number of languages Google supports. Infact, If you want to change the language settings in Google Drive it redirects you to your Google Account Language section.

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