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Can I add translations to my event?
How to configure Internationalization to translate the event homepage for your customers
Vicky Carmichael avatar
Written by Vicky Carmichael
Updated over a week ago

Internationalization (i18n) is a new beta feature. Contact us to request access.

Tito's i18n feature allows your customers to buy tickets and receive emails in different languages. It provides automatic translations for default text, and allows you to add your own translations for custom text.

Set the language options

Once we enable it for you, you'll find the option under Settings  > Internationalization

First set your default locale from the dropdown, and then select the checkboxes for any other languages you’d like to include.

A screenshot of the Internationalization settings in Tito. English (USA) and German (Du) are selected.

Hit Save when you're done.

Default text (e.g. the Continue  button on the event homepage) will have translations automatically applied for the languages you select.

For any custom text, like description or ticket names, you'll see tabs at the top of the field for you to enter your own translations:

You can share the homepage in these different languages by adding the country code to the end of the URL. See these examples of the same page in English, Spanish,  German, French etc.

Which languages are supported?

Tito i18n currently supports the following languages:


🇬🇧English (Ireland & UK)
🇺🇸English (USA)

🇮🇪Irish (Ireland)

🇲🇽Spanish (Mexico)

If your language doesn’t appear here, get in touch and we’ll see what we can do.


If you have any follow-up questions, drop us a line at or chat to us in-app and we’ll get back to you as quickly as we can.

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