Working with localizable strings
Some account settings are localizable, which means that you can configure them so that users can see different text depending on the selected language or locale. An example of such settings is GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) statement. You can add different translations for the consent text.
The sample below includes such settings:
To change the settings value for a locale, select that locale from the list on the left. Then change the value in the text
field on the right. You can check values for different locales by selecting a locale from the list.
If you do not set a value for a locale, SignDoc Standard uses a default value defined on the server level.