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Q&A How to change user language for Microsoft 365/Sharepoint Online?

Just writing this in text, you probably need this privilege to be able do this. Go to a Microsoft 365 page Click your profile icon to the far top right Click My Microsoft 365 Profile You should...

posted 2mo ago by propatience‭  ·  edited 2mo ago by samcarter‭

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#3: Post edited by user avatar samcarter‭ · 2024-03-15T09:49:52Z (2 months ago)
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  • Just writing this in text, you probably need this privilege to be able do this.
  • Go to a `Microsoft 365` page
  • Click your `profile icon` to the far top right
  • Click `My Microsoft 365 Profile`
  • You should now arrive at `Delve`
  • Click `(pen icon) Update profile` (center center, a little bit to the left)
  • Click `How can I change language and regional settings? (down chevron icon)` (center center, a little bit down)
  • Click `here` just below
  • You should now arrive at `Sharepoint`
  • Click `...` (center center, a little bit left and up)
  • Click `Language and Region`
  • If you have the privilege, you should now be able to change language
  • Under `My Display Languages:`
  • Click `Pick a new language`
  • Click `English (United States)`
  • Click `Add`
  • Under `My Content and Search Languages:`
  • Click `Pick a new language`
  • Click `English (United States)`
  • Click `Add`
  • Scroll all the way down
  • Click `Save all and close`
  • **CONTRIBUTING.md**
  • Change SharePoint online language settings,
  • thank you Microsoft, Inc.,
  • <https://support.microsoft.com/en-US/office/change-sharepoint-online-language-settings-0f6a477a-dcab-4462-9d0c-e3b53d138183>
  • Just writing this in text, you probably need this privilege to be able do this.
  • Go to a `Microsoft 365` page
  • Click your `profile icon` to the far top right
  • Click `My Microsoft 365 Profile`
  • You should now arrive at `Delve`
  • Click `(pen icon) Update profile` (center center, a little bit to the left)
  • Click `How can I change language and regional settings? (down chevron icon)` (center center, a little bit down)
  • Click `here` just below
  • You should now arrive at `Sharepoint`
  • Click `...` (center center, a little bit left and up)
  • Click `Language and Region`
  • If you have the privilege, you should now be able to change language
  • Under `My Display Languages:`
  • Click `Pick a new language`
  • Click `English (United States)`
  • Click `Add`
  • Under `My Content and Search Languages:`
  • Click `Pick a new language`
  • Click `English (United States)`
  • Click `Add`
  • Scroll all the way down
  • Click `Save all and close`
  • (based on [Change SharePoint online language settings](https://support.microsoft.com/en-US/office/change-sharepoint-online-language-settings-0f6a477a-dcab-4462-9d0c-e3b53d138183), thank you Microsoft, Inc.)
#2: Post edited by user avatar propatience‭ · 2024-03-13T11:59:47Z (2 months ago)
updating with CONTRIBUTING.md
  • Just writing this in text, you probably need this privilege to be able do this.
  • Go to a `Microsoft 365` page
  • Click your `profile icon` to the far top right
  • Click `My Microsoft 365 Profile`
  • You should now arrive at `Delve`
  • Click `(pen icon) Update profile` (center center, a little bit to the left)
  • Click `How can I change language and regional settings? (down chevron icon)` (center center, a little bit down)
  • Click `here` just below
  • You should now arrive at `Sharepoint`
  • Click `...` (center center, a little bit left and up)
  • Click `Language and Region`
  • If you have the privilege, you should now be able to change language
  • Under `My Display Languages:`
  • Click `Pick a new language`
  • Click `English (United States)`
  • Click `Add`
  • Under `My Content and Search Languages:`
  • Click `Pick a new language`
  • Click `English (United States)`
  • Click `Add`
  • Scroll all the way down
  • Click `Save all and close`
  • Just writing this in text, you probably need this privilege to be able do this.
  • Go to a `Microsoft 365` page
  • Click your `profile icon` to the far top right
  • Click `My Microsoft 365 Profile`
  • You should now arrive at `Delve`
  • Click `(pen icon) Update profile` (center center, a little bit to the left)
  • Click `How can I change language and regional settings? (down chevron icon)` (center center, a little bit down)
  • Click `here` just below
  • You should now arrive at `Sharepoint`
  • Click `...` (center center, a little bit left and up)
  • Click `Language and Region`
  • If you have the privilege, you should now be able to change language
  • Under `My Display Languages:`
  • Click `Pick a new language`
  • Click `English (United States)`
  • Click `Add`
  • Under `My Content and Search Languages:`
  • Click `Pick a new language`
  • Click `English (United States)`
  • Click `Add`
  • Scroll all the way down
  • Click `Save all and close`
  • **CONTRIBUTING.md**
  • Change SharePoint online language settings,
  • thank you Microsoft, Inc.,
  • <https://support.microsoft.com/en-US/office/change-sharepoint-online-language-settings-0f6a477a-dcab-4462-9d0c-e3b53d138183>
#1: Initial revision by user avatar propatience‭ · 2024-03-13T11:57:32Z (2 months ago)
Just writing this in text, you probably need this privilege to be able do this.

Go to a `Microsoft 365` page  
Click your `profile icon` to the far top right  
Click `My Microsoft 365 Profile`  
  
You should now arrive at `Delve`  
  
Click `(pen icon) Update profile` (center center, a little bit to the left)  
Click `How can I change language and regional settings? (down chevron icon)` (center center, a little bit down)  
Click `here` just below  
  
You should now arrive at `Sharepoint`  
  
Click `...` (center center, a little bit left and up)  
Click `Language and Region`  
  
If you have the privilege, you should now be able to change language  
  
Under `My Display Languages:`  
Click `Pick a new language`  
Click `English (United States)`  
Click `Add`  
  
Under `My Content and Search Languages:`  
Click `Pick a new language`  
Click `English (United States)`  
Click `Add`  
  
Scroll all the way down  
Click `Save all and close`