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How is the display order of Target languages in-app and in Switcher?


The order of Target Language appears in the list according to the following rules:

After adding target languages, Target Language in-app will be displayed in the order following which are added at dropdown list from the latest language to the oldest one added. The closet one added will be at the top of the list in-app. The first one added will be at the bottom of the list in-app.

Example: You first select Polish, Russian, Korean as Basic languages in the dropdown list, then add to the app. So you see the display order from the top to the bottom is Korean, Russian, Polish. Then you add 10 more other languages, so 3 these languages will be shown on the second page.

Since each page contains a maximum of 10 target languages, so newest languages that you add later will be shown on the 1st page, older ones will be shown sequentially next pages.

NOTE: After adding target languages, languages will be in Unpublish status at default. Users need to publish language in-app to see it's shown up on Switcher.

Also, it will follow the priority order below:

Pin >> Advance >> Basic

- Pin: language with the closest pin will be at the top of the list
- Advance: the latest language added will be at the top
- Basic: the latest language added will be at the top
- If users add many target languages (both Advance and Basic language) at the same time, it will display according to the order of language that you've added in Dropdown list in-app as rule above.

User can change the position of Target Languages ​​in the list in-app by Pin/Unpin.

The language with the closest pin will be at the top of the list.

Unpin a target language will revert that language back to its previous position.

In Switcher

The display order of published target language in-app is also the same order displayed in the Dropdown Switcher.

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Updated on: 13/01/2023

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