Atlassian Cloud apps are available in the following languages:

  • JIRA Core Cloud, JIRA Service Desk Cloud and JIRA Software Cloud are available in English (US), English (UK), French, German, Portuguese, Spanish, Korean, Japanese, and Russian.
  • Confluence Cloud and Team Calendars for Confluence are available in English (UK), French, German, Japanese, and Spanish. English (US), Korean, Portuguese (Brazil), and Russian are also available, but not for the login screen, which will display in English (UK).
  • Bamboo Cloud, Capture for JIRA Cloud, Portfolio for JIRA Cloud, and third-party add-ons are currently offered in English only.

For information on setting the default language for your site, see Set the default language. JIRA and Confluence users can also select their own language preference via their user profile.

We provide documentation and support for Atlassian Cloud apps, which are currently available in English only.

Additional language support and development efforts

We're working hard to meet the translation needs of our diverse customer base. If you encounter areas where we can improve translation, feel free to help us and other users by visiting Atlassian Translations and uploading changes. We'll make those changes available to all users in future releases.

Occasionally, new features or functionality will be available in the cloud versions of applications before they have been fully translated in the supported languages. We're working on reducing the translation times so features will be available in all languages more quickly.

Atlassian Translations is a collaborative environment for our customers to translate our products. We'll consider additional languages for addition to applications when we believe the volume and quality of translations will enhance user experience.

Cloud applications don't currently support the installation of language packs from Atlassian Translations.

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