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Author's profile photo Amanda Gong

SAP for Me now speaks your language

We are pleased to inform that the SAP for Me portal is now available in multi-languages.

Based on your browser settings, SAP for Me will be displayed in your preferred language. We support 7 languages: English, German, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, French, Portuguese, and Spanish.

Here are some instructions on how to change your browser language settings:

  • Google Chrome/Microsoft Edge:

Simply go to your browser ‘Settings’-> ‘Languages’. Here is an example for Google Chrome.

You can add languages and click ‘Move to the top’.

  • Apple Safari:

On a Mac, choose the “Apple” menu > “System Settings”, click General in the sidebar , then click Language & Region on the right. (You may need to scroll down.) You can change the default language of your Mac by switching the sorting of ”Preferred languages”, Move your preferred language to the top.

SAP for Me will automatically adapt it and display in your language.

Currently we support 7 languages, in case your preferred language is not included, English is used as the default language.

Please be aware that unlike in the SAP ONE Support Launchpad, where you selected the language in your “User Profile”, the language of your browser exclusively defines how you’ll see SAP for Me.

If you are using SAP for Me mobile app, we offer even more languages. German, English, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, French, Portuguese, Spanish, Russia, Korean and Italian.

And also SAP Notes and SAP Knowledge Base Articles are displayed automatically in these 10 languages using machine translation.


This marks another important milestone in simplifying your new, central entry point to engage with SAP.

Find more information about the transition of the SAP ONE Support Launchpad to SAP for me at My Support page from SAP Support Portal.

SAP for Me is made for you!

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      Author's profile photo Ivan Mateos
      Ivan Mateos

      thanks for sharing Amanda! We will spread the word with our customers.

      Author's profile photo Peter Sprenger
      Peter Sprenger

      From my point of view this is only a second-best solution.
      Why not use the Settings area of the profile to set the preferred language (as preferred date, time, and number formats can be set there as well)?
      I would like to keep my browser language independent from the application language.

      Author's profile photo Amanda Gong
      Amanda Gong
      Blog Post Author

      Thanks Peter. I have shared it with our colleagues and will come back to you.

      Author's profile photo Roland Koethnig
      Roland Koethnig

      I can only agree to Peter Sprenger.

      I would like to have SAP for Me in English, but my browser language is German (and I don't want to change this)

      Please check and adjust

      Author's profile photo Amanda Gong
      Amanda Gong
      Blog Post Author

      Thank you Roland! I have shared it with our colleague and will come back to you and Peter.