Here’s a very short post for you. I’ve been playing around with Microsoft Flow a bit, a new workflow-type tool that allows you to connect services to each other. For users of If This Then That (ITFF.com) or Zapier (zapier.com) the idea should be familiar. One little annoying issue I had is that Flow kept presenting its interface to me in Dutch, even though the documentation says it’s just in English for now.
Note how the UI is in Dutch even though some actions only display an English text. Guess that’s the “preview” part.
So I went looking where to change this as I always prefer English for these types of things, especially for blog posts 🙂 I couldn’t find any setting nor seems there to be any kind of ” my account” screen in the product. So how the heck do I get it to display in English then? Finally I found that it’s actually paying respect to the language setting your browser is sending out. And for some reason (new laptop I guess) this setting had Dutch as my preferred language.
For Chrome, you can find the setting here:
Settings > Show advanced settings > Language and input settings
After ensuring English is the first item in this list the UI changed to displaying English all around. Hurray!
So now I can go on with creating the blog post I was meaning to write 🙂
Update: this actually does not only change the display language, it also seems to improve functionality. I’m getting more options now and things like conditions seem to better show the available fields and stuff like that.