여보세요! Hej! Ciao! Asana is now available in Korean, Swedish, Italian!

여보세요! Hej! Ciao! :wave:

In April, we launched Asana in Traditional Chinese, Russian, Dutch, and Polish to give more of our global customers access to Asana in their native language. Today, we’re excited to launch Asana in three more languages, so the world’s teams can work together even more effortlessly.

As of today, Asana is now available in 13 languages in order to empower global teams across 190 countries. Whether your team is in-person, remote, distributed, or hybrid, you can now collaborate in Asana in: French, German, Japanese, Spanish, Portuguese, Traditional Chinese, Russian, Dutch, Polish, Korean, Swedish, and Italian.

If you wish to switch your Asana to one of these languages, simply follow the steps in this guide article.

We hope you’re as excited as we are to see Asana expanding to new languages, and we look forward to hearing your feedback in the comments below!

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감사합니다! Thank you for supporting the Korean language!

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“Grazie” from Italy :smiley:

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Will Asana going to support Simplified Chinese? Apart from Taiwan, I think most Chinese users around the world like me are more proficient in Simplified Chinese. It would be great to have Simplified Chinese as another option.

Thanks for your feedback, @Lee_Wei_Peow! As it stands, we don’t have immediate plans to launch Simplified Chinese. If you are interested, please create a new thread in the #productfeedback category and we will keep you posted if we have news about this language in the feature :slight_smile:

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