Notion is a hugely popular knowledge management app, but it’s been crippled by a big problem that specifically affected people in France. Specifically, the app couldn’t speak the language, but now it can!
In a move first announced via Twitter, Notion now has full French language support, meaning everything can now be set up with the language front and center. This includes menus, options and everything else.
However, Notion says this feature change is currently in beta, which means some of the translations might be a bit hit or miss. If this is the case and you notice something is wrong, contact the folks at Notion so they can fix it. There has also been no public statement on when this beta tag will be removed.
From now on, French language is supported in beta 🇫🇷 To change language, go to Settings and members → Language and region.
Notion is one of the most popular knowledge management and note-taking apps in the world and it can basically be used for almost anything thanks to its block-based design. It’s one of the best Mac apps for collecting data and whether you’re storing lecture notes or doing research for a new business proposal, Notion will get the job done. And now, with this new beta feature activated, everything will also be available in French!