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After translating to a different language, how do I go back to default English?

Hi, 

 

I'm very new to Trello. I'm doing a Trello course. I've asked my instructor this question but he has ignored me. 

When I right-clicked on the top of Trello, it gave me the option to translate it into mandarin. I've now seen my Trello board contents translated into a very reputable command of mandarin but now I want it back to English. 

 

When I googled, Trello suggests "To switch to a different language, log in to Trello, then click on your avatar or initials in the top right corner of the page to open your user menu. From there, click on Settings, and then click on "Change Language", but when I click on the mandarin word of settings, it shows me that my default language is still English. So how do I get my Trello boards from the translated language back to English? 

 

Appreciato! 

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It sounds like you may have used the browser translation capability - not Trello. Trello would only change the words in the interface (buttons and menus) not the cards themselves. But for example Chrome has an ability to change all text on a page. 

https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/173424?hl=en

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