You rent (or exchange) your accommodation, you manage a hotel, a guest house, a campsite, and you sometimes welcome foreign travelers? This article is for you!

Foreign tourists, especially if they don’t speak the local language, can quickly feel helpless when faced with a lack of information in their native language.

It is therefore important to provide them with the appropriate information in their own language so that they can fully enjoy their stay!

Discover our tips for translating your welcome booklet into several languages.

How to translate the elements of

your StyQR welcome booklet ?

Start by creating your StyQR welcome booklet clic here.

The easiest way to do this is to first configure your entire booklet in French. Once the configuration is done, you will have to go to Premium

to access the translation features.

On the “Your booklets” page, click on the booklet to edit it.

On each text area, you can click on the “+” flag to add a translation language. In addition to French, 7 languages are available: English, German, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Portuguese and Russian.

You can then either write the translation yourself if you are comfortable in the language concerned, or click on “Generate an automatic translation” if you want us to do it for you!

Thus, the text areas to be translated are in :
– Booklet Info
– Wifi module (if you use a hotspot)
– Digicode Module
– Useful Numbers Module
– Practical Info Module
– Guestbook Module

All other elements of the booklet will be automatically translated.

How does it work

for your travelers

If you have an compte StyQR Premium

and your booklet has been translated, your travelers will access your welcome booklet directly in the default language of their web browser.

If their language has not been configured, then English will be the default language.

The basic elements of the booklet (interface, module names…) will be automatically translated, without requiring any action from you.

You want to test the translation of your booklet? To do so, change the default language of your phone (in Settings > General…) or of your web browser (Chrome, Safari…), then access your booklet through the URL link or the QR Code.

Now you have all the cards in hand to create your digital and multilingual welcome booklet!

It’s up to you ūüėČ

Create your welcome booklet !