[How-To] Change your display language in Gmail

Owing to its huge user base, Gmail, the e-mail application from Google is available in multiple languages ( infact, its more than 37 now). The default language is usually decided based on the entries filled by you during registering the new user id. This language setting is then used by Gmail to display to you various menu items and other information links.

However, you can change the display language at your will by following the steps outlined below

1.) Login to your Gmail account and click on the link which says “Settings”

2.) In the General Tab under Settings, click on Language and select the language of your choice from the drop down.

Change display language in Gmail

Change display language in Gmail

3.) Click on Save Changes button.

Language changed to Spanish

Language changed to Spanish

4.) Your display must now be in the language selected by you. Please note that this doesn’t allow you to send emails in that specific language. In order to send emails in particular language, change your keyboard layout.

If you wish to read other gmail posts written on Technofriends in the past, follow this link.

Also read: Logging into Gmail using HTTPS

[Archive]Gmail Posts from the past

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Vaibhav Pandey


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