Roblox users come from a variety of cultures around the world and speak different languages. Using localization tools effectively makes sure all users can understand and enjoy your experience as intended. Roblox's localization tools allow content to easily be displayed to users in their own language. You can conveniently access your localization tools in your experience's Localization Settings.
Your experience’s localization settings page is the starting place for enabling translations and accessing your localization tools. The localization page also includes tools to start translating your experiences, add translation collaborators and download translation analytics.
The localization page can be found on the Roblox website and is only available for published experiences. For more information on finding it and setting it up, see Accessing Localization Settings.
Translating Experience Page Content
You can translate your experience page content, such as title and description and products like badges and passes. Use the experience's localization page to add translations for experience page content for your supported languages. For more information on localizing experience page content, see Translating Experience Page.
Translating In-Experience Content
You can automatically gather all the user-facing text in your experience with the Automatic Text Capture Tool. Once source text strings are added on your localization table, you can add translations to the table through the localization page or using a bulk .csv upload. For more information on adding general translations to your experience, see Translating In-Experience Content.
Working with Translators
Add Roblox users as translators for your experience to help you review and polish automatic translations or provide and edit manual translations.
You can download monthly analytics to track your translation coverage and the contribution of your translators. For more information on working with localization contributors, see Working with Translators.
Translating Dynamic Content
You can translate dynamic strings in your experience, such as text that references usernames, substrings, currencies, or time and dates, using localization parameters. For more information on applying dynamic translations, see Translating Dynamic Content.
Localizing with Scripting
In some cases, such as localizing images and sounds, targeting individual strings for context overrides, or switching languages dynamically, you may need to script more advanced localization behavior. For more information on localization scripting and using the LocalizationService, see Localizing with Scripting.