Use chatbot in English

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The chatbot determines whether you are addressed in Dutch or in English based on the language settings of your browser. When your browser is set to Dutch, the chatbot also speaks Dutch. If your browser is set to English or another language, the chatbot will speak English.


How do you adjust the language settings of your browser?

Google Chrome (recommended)

  • Open Chrome on your computer.
  • Click More at the top right. Settings.
  • Click Advanced at the bottom.
  • Click Languages, then select Language.
  • Click More. next to the language you want to use.
  • Click Show Google Chrome in this language.
  • Restart Chrome for the changes to take effect.


  • From the Mac Apple menu, choose System Preferences, then click Language & Region.
  • Click on 'General'.
  • Click the button with the plus sign
  • select one or more languages ​​from the list and click the plus sign button.


  • In the menu bar at the top of the screen, click Firefox and select Preferences.
  • Click the menu button and select Options, then Preferences.
  • Click the menu button. and select Settings.
  • In the Language section of the General panel, choose a language from the drop-down menu.
  • Restart Firefox.

Microsoft Edge

  • Go to Settings, then click More Settings.
  • Select Languages ​​from the Settings list.
  • To add a language to the preferred language list, select Add languages.
  • Once the language has been added, select it and choose "Show Microsoft Edge in this language."


Does the language of the chatbot affect the language in which you can speak with an employee?

No. All You Can Learn employees are fluent in English and Dutch. Regardless of the language in which you have used the chatbot, you can choose to chat with our employees in one of these languages, depending on your preferences.


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