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Announcing the February Teams Localization Contest on the Tech Community

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Hi Office International Community! We're looking for feedback on how the localized (non-English) version of Teams is landing in your market. We're running a contest from February 12th to February 23rd to find language issues on localized versions of Teams and are giving away a $100 Amazon voucher to the top 3 contributors for highest creation of new, original posts.

 

Here’s how to enter:

  1. Using any browser, visit https://teams.microsoft.com or use the free Teams app from the App Store, Play Store or Windows Store. If you are new to Teams, have a look at the help content from Teams Help.  
  2. Set your language: in Teams, click on your picture (right top corner or left bottom), select Settings, and in ‘Language’ select your native language.
  3. Use the meeting scheduling scenarios in Teams
  • Click on menu option Meetings (left bar menu, 4th option)

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  • Click on Schedule a new meeting:

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  • Schedule a one-time meeting and a repetitive meetings (click on Repeat and try different options):

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  • Use the Scheduling assistant to change the time:

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If you see anything you think should be fixed or improved, submit your entry by selecting  “start a new conversation” in the Competitions space with as much detail as possible:

  • Language
  • Description of issue 
  • Steps to reproduce your issue 
  • Device/OS/Browser
  • Current translation 
  • Suggested translation  
  • English text (if known) 
  • Reason why you feel it should change  
  • Screenshot

 

Competition Rules

Full details of the competitions, eligibility and rules are available in this post. Note: U.S. export regulations prohibit the export of goods and services to Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan and Syria. Therefore, residents of these countries/regions are not eligible to participate. 

 

Thank you for supporting Teams, we encourage you to submit your feedback and contribute to improving the localization quality!