Is my podcast website multilingual or available in English?
Springcast offers the possibility to host your podcast website in 10 different languages for free. The languages we support are:
You can easily set up the language in your Springcast dashboard. Just follow the steps below:
1. Login to your Springcast app
2. Choose 'podcast website' in the dashboard menu on the left
3. Scroll down to 'language' and select the language of your choice
4. Select 'save changes' at the bottom of the page
Your podcast website will now show the titles in your selected language!
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