Supported languages

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You can create chatbots in Power Virtual Agents in a number of languages. This means that your bots can reach a much broader audience and engage with more markets all around the world.

Specify a language for your bot

You specify the target language when you first create a bot.

To create a new bot in your target language

  1. In the Create a new bot window, select Language.

  2. Choose the language you want to use. Some languages are listed under Preview, as described in the list of supported languages later in this article.

    Language selection option

Default content in the target language

After your new bot has been created, you'll notice that it already has content in the target language, including the System Topics and the template User Topics.

Topics in the target language

You can now move on to creating new topics for your bot, authoring bot trigger phrases, and creating bot messages in your target language.

When you've created your own topic in the target language, you can test the bot in the chat canvas and see how well it understands user input and responds in that language.

Test in the target language

List of supported languages

Power Virtual Agents supports languages in three stages. The stage indicates how well the bot can understand user input in that language, with general availability being the strongest, followed by preview, and then experimental.

Language Support
Chinese (Simplified) Preview
Chinese (Traditional) Preview
Danish General availability
Dutch General availability
English General availability
French General availability
German General availability
Hindi Preview
Indonesian General availability
Italian General availability
Japanese General availability
Korean Preview
Norwegian General availability
Polish Preview
Portuguese (Brazilian) General availability
Russian General availability
Spanish General availability
Swedish General availability
Turkish General availability

See also

Data locations for organizations using Power Virtual Agents