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How to Change Language in Google Data Studio

Google Data Studio is a great data visualization tool that is completely free, allowing you to connect different data sources to create dashboards.

Some of the available data sources are:

  • Google Analytics
  • Google Sheets
  • Google BigQuery
  • File in .csv
  • etc.

The sources are different and, as you have seen, they are not only from the Google’environment, but also from external vendors (Amazon Redshift, Bing Ads etc.).

Data Studio is available in several languages. In this post I show you how to change the settings and choose the language you want.

Changing the Language in Data Studio – The steps

Step 1. Click on the following link to access your Google account settings. You will find in the Personal Info section: https://myaccount.google.com/personal-info

google account personal info

Step 2. Scroll down to the bottom of the page until you find the item General Preferences for the Web, as you can see in the image below and click on Language:

general preferences for the web

Step 3. Click on the pen icon to change the language:

changing the language in data studio

Step 4. Search for the language of your interest and select it:

choose the language for google data studio

Step 5. Now go to Google Data Studio (find the link here) and check if the changes have been saved:

languange in google data studio

Now you just have to create your dashboards!

Good Analysis!

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