The content was taken from the rev. 233 of FAQ for Stack Exchange sites to test an idea shared on a comment to my answer to Help develop the site and community knowledge base in your language.

The idea is to add links to the translated version of those FAQ posts are already translated by using ES,JA, PT or RU as the link text.


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  • I don't think I understand how this is going to work. If all the titles are in English, how are people going to find the right FAQ in their language? Or am I misunderstanding the purpose of this? – Laurel Nov 29 at 23:49
  • @Laurel: The main goal is to help international users that are able to read English but prefer to read the FAQ posts on one of the international sites languages. User that are bilingual or polyglot willing to help translating FAQ posts could find this useful to identify which FAQ posts aren't translated yet. – Rubén Nov 29 at 23:52
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    Good idea! Since the link "ES" was a bit difficult to read after the link to the original post, I took the liberty to change the format a bit and show those in the next line. – fedorqui Dec 3 at 9:22

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