New Languages Added: Portuguese, French, and Chinese

18 May 2015

The MailUp platform is now be available in three new languages: Portuguese, French, and Chinese. These new languages are an addition to the English, Spanish, and Italian languages of the MailUp platform. For all you marketers in Brazil currently using MailUp, for example, you can now use it in your native Portuguese language. Hurra! 🙂

Com o MailUp seus emails chegam a qualquer lugar

As part of our international efforts, we’re keen on servicing the Latin America regin. With Spanish and now Portoguese language MailUp consoles, marketers can now use the MailUp SMS and email platform in their own native language, without having to translate or rely on an English version. Here’s a quick view:

MailUp - Portuguese

Un allié stratégique pour les entreprises

French is the official language in more than 30 countries across all the continents, spanning from the Pacific to Africa to Europe, which include tiny countries such as Monaco and Luxemburg. If French is your native language, try out MailUp. It’s a great alternative to other French ESPs.

MailUp - French

有了 MailUp 您的邮件可以安全抵达任何一个地方

The MailUp platform is now available in Chinese language for China, as well as Hong King, Singapore, Macao and Taiwan. Curious to know what the above heading reads? It translates to “With MailUp your emails reach everywhere.” And, they do! Emails are global.

MailUp - Chinese

How do you sign-up for a MailUp account in Portuguese, French, or Chinese?

It’s simple! Sign-up for a MailUp free trial on http://www.mailup.com/landing-page/free-trial/ and choose your preferred language from the drop down menu, as you can see below:

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Please note that although the MailUp platform is available in the select languages, the help documentation and customer support is currently only available in English, Italian, and with limited support in Spanish. We’re working to provide you a great customer experience!

If you have any questions, do let us know by contacting us or commenting below.

This article was written by

Iris Gavazzi

Iris Gavazzi

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