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Author's profile photo Jocelyn Dart

SAP Fiori for SAP S/4HANA – Fiori apps library now comes with multi language

Latest Update November 2021: As you may have seen you can also see the multi languages  in the List View

This morning’s welcome surprise was to learn that the SAP Fiori apps reference library. now includes language information so you know what texts your users will see when they login to SAP Fiori launchpad in their chosen language.

Tip: It’s called an additional language because the majority of the app’s details are provided in English.

Speaking as someone who works in the SAP S/4HANA Customer Care and Regional Implementation team where we regularly assist customers across Asia-Pacific Japan, Europe, and South America, this information is very much appreciated!

This is how it works.

Find your apps using the filters as normal.

Use the Additional Language (world) icon to select your additional language.

You will now see App Launcher Title(s) in your chosen additional language in the app details header.


Viewing the App header with Additional Language set to Thai – App launcher title is provided in English and Thai

Within the Implementation Information tab, in the Configuration section, you will see the launchpad content information such as Business Role Titles, Business Catalog Titles, Technical Catalog titles, and Business Group Titles.


Configuration section information showing titles in English and Thai

IMPORTANT: Additional language information is only maintained from releases SAP S/4HANA 2020 FPS02 and SAP S/4HANA Cloud 2108. Earlier releases are in English only.

You can even search across the library using your additional language!

You can also see multi language in the List View.  Just use the Settings icon to choose the columns in your add on language.


List view showing additional language columns


Find out more in the Language Support section of the SAP Fiori apps reference library.

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      Author's profile photo Manuel Lozano
      Manuel Lozano

      This is a great improvement. When your users do not log in english language, it was not easy to find out the name of the app in the local language. Now it is.

      In line with the continuous improvement you do, it would be helpful to select more than one language: if you have users with many different languages, having the name of the app in all languages in a shot would be helpful. Also having this info directly in the S/4HANA.


      Thank you for the improvement.

      Author's profile photo Marco SILVA
      Marco SILVA

      That's great! A bit disappointing that is not retroactive, but still a well expected functionality. I still hope to see the day where it will be possible to search for an App in FLP by its ID.

      Author's profile photo Jocelyn Dart
      Jocelyn Dart
      Blog Post Author

      Re search for app in FLP by id… getting closer.

      Author's profile photo Naveen Jain
      Naveen Jain

      Dear Jocelyn,


      This is really great news, thanks for sharing.



      Naveen Jain

      Author's profile photo Viviana Medina
      Viviana Medina


      Esto es genial!

      Author's profile photo Nikita Savkin
      Nikita Savkin

      I was really looking forward for this feature. It will be very helpful for not English speaking projects! Also it very nice that additional language fields are available at Aggregate page - List view. Hope that texts on local languages at S/4 and library are same) Great thanks to your team from Russian consultants! Спасибо!)

      Author's profile photo Rafael Aires
      Rafael Aires

      Jocelyn, thank you so much for sharing another tip with the SAP community. I'll share your post.