Once you’ve created your Voice of the Customer for Dynamics 365 survey, you can translate it into other languages.
From the survey you want to translate, open the Translations.xml file under Translations in the Summary area.
When asked to open or save the file, click Save and specify the location you want to save it to.
Open the file in Excel.
Add a column to the right of the base language (for example, en for English) and specify the language or locale for the language in the column’s header (for example, es for Spanish). You can also specify a locale in the header (for example, en-uk for English in the United Kingdom). Add columns for each language or locale you need.
Add translations to each language or locale column. You can retrieve translations from Bing translations. If your text strings have HTML in them, you’ll need to encode them. For example, you need to encode:
You can use any HTML encoder. For example:
When you’ve completed your translations, save the file and go back to Dynamics 365 and click the X next to the survey’s Translations.xml file.
Click Attach and select your new translations file.
If you add or change a question after adding your edited translations file, you need to add the translation for that question. To get an updated version of the questions, click Export translations on the survey screen and repeat these steps to add your new translations.
Dynamics 365 automatically detects the language at runtime, based on the respondent’s browser preferences. If there isn’t a translation for that language, the survey will use the base language strings instead.