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Google Translate Now on Jenkins Website

Jenkins has added Google Translate as a new feature on our website! Users now have the option to view and read our website in over 50 langauges, including Arabic, French, Haitian Creole, Hindi, Russian, Spanish, Swahili, Vietnamese, and more.

The Google Translate feature can be found near the top right corner of Jenkins’ website, below the search bar, when viewing in full screen on a desktop. Just click to view and select a language from the dropdown menu.

If you’re using a mobile device or viewing our website in split screen on a desktop, you may see the Translate feature centered at the top of the screen.

We hope that the Google Translate feature will make our website easier to use and more accessible for everyone!

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