AskCody supports all international time zones and the following languages:
To understand how AskCody is handling language and time it is important to understand that this is based on best practice and international standards.
Timezones can be selected from a list of all international time zones and can both be set as a general setting and on each location created such that different offices can show their AskCody modules in the correct timezone.
Languages are set as a Locale and are a combination of both language and the time/date format.
Example: English (United Kingdom) uses the 24-hour clock format and English(US) uses the 12-hour clock format.
Besides AM/PM this also sets the date format that throughout AskCody modules are used in both short, medium and long formats i.e. 14/2/2019, 14. February 2019 etc.
The language hierarchy in the AskCody Management portal is a following: Globally, per location, and per user.
Language set Globally
Language set globally applies across every Location, all AskCody modules* and users.
Example: If the language English (US) is set globally all AskCody modules*, across all locations will be in English.
Set language Globally here (Set in General Settings under Language and Time in Admin Center, in the AskCody Management Portal).
Language set on Location
Language set on a location applies only to that location, and the AskCody modules connected to that location, and the users that have access to that location.
Example: At AskCody we have two locations Aalborg (Denmark) and Boston (USA). English (US) is our Global language, but on the Aalborg location, we have chosen to have English (UK) because the timezone and date format is different than in the USA. This means that all AskCody modules* used in the Aalborg location has the language English (UK).
Set language per location here (Set in General Settings under Locations, in Admin Center, in the AskCody Management Portal).
Language set on a user
Language set on a specific user applies only for that user, and the AskCody modules* that the user has access to.
*Please note that this is a manual process in the AskCody Manager, and is not something that we support from AD. So language set per user in AD is not synced into the AskCody Management Portal.
Example: At AskCody we have English (US) as our Global language, and on the Aalborg location, we have English (UK). At the Aalborg location, we have a canteen chef that is from Spain, and therefore we have changed the language on the canteen chef's user in AskCody. This means that when our canteen chef logs in to the Meeting+ Management tool her language will be Spanish, and if other users from the Aalborg location logs in to the Meeting+ Management tool the language will be in English (UK).
Set language on user here (Set on a specific user in Users, in Admin Center, in the AskCody Management Portal).
*Language applies to everything except the AskCody Welcome+ Check-in screen and the AskCody Add-ins.
The Welcome+ Check-in screen is handled separately to accommodate multiple languages in a select option on the screen. The languages supported are the same but should be set on the Reception configuration that the check-in screen is part of.
The Add-ins is handled differently and will choose the language set in the users Outlook. So when a user opens an Add-in in Outlook, the Add-in will appear in the same language as Outlook.