The language the ThoughtSpot UX displays is based off of the locale in a user’s profile. The locale preferences control the language and data formats (date and number formats) by geographic locations. In addition to American English (en-US), ThoughtSpot supports:
|en-GB||United Kingdom English|
|en-US||English (United States)|
|es-US (beta)||Spanish (United States)|
|fr-CA (beta)||French (Canada)|
|fr-FR (beta)||French (France)|
|pt-BR (beta)||Portuguese (Brazil)|
|zh-CN (beta)||Chinese (S)|
Date and number formats change to reflect your locale. So, if you set Japanese as your default locale in your profile settings, then the interface will update to reflect that after you refresh your page.
Keywords, operators, and error messages are included in the translated material. Formulas, however, are not translated. Also, all metadata remains as user inputted.
For example, if you are using ThoughtSpot in the US, the number formatting
should look like this:
xxx,xxx.xx. And in Europe, it should look like this: