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How to Turn Off Automatic Translations on Facebook Posts

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Millions of people all over the world are connecting all the time thanks to global social media platforms like Facebook. Now, people from opposite corners of the earth can receive real-time messages and share memories.

Facebook Translation on Posts
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With more and more people around the world using Facebook, it is no wonder that the social media giant integrates a lot of languages in its platform. That being said, it is often annoying, or sometimes funny, to see posts on your News Feed translated to another language. Posts that are meant in one way end up translated to another meaning, which messes it up instead of helping.

Your Facebook Profile has a default language. That is why posts written from a different language are automatically translated. However, if you do not like these posts translated, there is an easy way to turn off and disable automatic translations on Facebook completely.

How to Stop and Completely Disable Facebook Posts Automatic Translations

There are two ways on how you can turn off automatic translation on Facebook.

Via Facebook Post

Stop Facebook Post Translations
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Facebook often automatically translates a post in your News Feed. If you want to turn off the translation, click Rate this translation under the post. Click Disable automatic translation for or Never Translate. This will turn off the translation.

Via Facebook Settings

Disable Post Translations via Facebook Language Settings
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  • At the upper right corner of your screen, click the down arrow or the three-line icon.
  • Next, select Settings.
  • On the left side, click Language.
  • Look for Which Languages Do You Not Want Automatically Translated and click Edit.
  • Type the languages that you do not want Facebook to automatically translate.
  • Click Save Changes.

Now, you can read your Facebook posts easier without the messy translation. If you want to set the translation back, you can always go back to settings and remove the language.

Do you have an unforgettable Facebook post translated to another language? We would love to hear your story! Share with us in the comments below.

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