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Change personal settings for language and region

You can view your Microsoft SharePoint display language, time zone, country / region and related settings at any time via your personal profile page, which you can access from your desktop or mobile devices. If your organization's policies allow, you can also change your language and region settings. Your settings only apply to your view of your organization's SharePoint and do not affect how other people view those sites.

If you're a SharePoint, see Change regional settings for a site to change regional settings for a site collection.

Hints:

  • If you are working in an environment with on-premises SharePoint sites managed by your organization rather than a Microsoft 365 environment, your site collection administrator must provide the language you can use before following the language-dependent instructions in this article can use.

  • If you change your language to SharePoint and then to Microsoft 365, the Microsoft 365 setting overrides the SharePoint setting. For more information, see Change the display language in Microsoft 365.

  • The features described in this article depend on whether your organization has set up or customized personal websites and user profiles. For more information, see SharePoint Administrator.

How to change your personal settings for language and region

  1. Select your name or picture on top of any SharePoint or Microsoft 365 in your organization.

  2. Choose My Office Profile and then Update profile.

  3. Choose You How can I change language and regional settings? and then choose the link here out.

  4. Select on the screen Edit details the ellipses (...). and then Language and region.

  5. Update the settings. You can use the table below as a guide.

  6. Choose They all save and exclude.

  1. At the top of any SharePoint or Microsoft 365 site in your organization, click your name or picture.

  2. click You on About me and then on profile To update.

  3. Click the link below Change language and regional settings.

  4. click on the On the Edit Details page, click the ellipses (...), and then click Language and region.

  5. Update the settings. See the table below for information on how to do this.

  6. click on Save everything and close.

Table with the settings for language and region

The following settings can be made by all users (Everyone) or just you (Only for you) be assigned to. If they cannot be changed, your administrator may have restricted the settings.

Setting to be edited for language and region

method

language settings

To change the settings, do the following:

  • To change the display language in a SharePoint environment, select the Select a new language arrow down, select a language, and then add then added. If you add multiple languages, you can rearrange them or delete a language as described next for the advanced language settings.

  • If you want to choose a language for your content and search terms, select Show advanced language settings out,select the Select a new language arrow down, click a language, and add then added.

  • If you work on a Microsoft 365, you cannot change the display language and this setting does not apply. Choose You edit to update the settings further on other profile pages, or continue with other options on this page.

If you add multiple languages ​​you can move the up and down in the Use my content and search field to specify the order in which to use these languages. For example, if you want to use French as the primary language and English only when French is not available, select the arrows to make sure that French is the highest priority.

To delete a language, select the Option X next to the language.

Note: Select the appropriate settings for the language and region options to ensure a consistent display. In this way you can e.g. For example, avoid using English on an Arabic calendar.

Time zone

Choose the Time Zone field and then your current time zone from the list. If you can't edit this setting, on the next line under Select Settings, select Always use regional settings out,those from your administrator have been defined. This should make the field Time zone become available unless the administrator has configured settings to block editing.

Choose your settings

Choose You always use regional settings, defined by your administrator to use the language and region settings defined by your website administrator.

Choose You always use my personal settings to use your personal settings.

Note:This option must be selected in order to edit region and time settings.

Locale

Click on the field Locale, and then select a language.

Set your calendar

Select a calendar type from the drop-down list. If you want the week numbers to be displayed, activate Show week numbers in the date navigator.

Activate alternative calendar

If necessary, select an alternative calendar type.

Define the working week

Select the days of the week that are working days. For example, if you work Tuesday through Saturday, enable these fields.

Time format

Choose the Time Format field and then 12 hours or 24 hours off.

See also

Select the languages ​​to be made available for a website's user interface