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Language Tags

Categorize and filter packs by language


We're starting the year off with a bang by rolling out a brand new feature: language tags. Now, when you create a new pack, you can select the language that the pack is written in. This means that others will be able to filter packs by the language they're interested in, making it easier than ever to find the content you need.

Not only can you add a language tag to new packs, but you can also update existing packs to include a language tag. This way, even if you created a pack a while ago, it can still be found by those searching for packs in that language.

To make sure that the language filter is as helpful as possible, we've also updated the pack browse pages to account for this new feature. Sorting options (popular, new, and top) now apply to the current selection, whether it's a single category or all packs. The "Originals only" toggle that used to be at the end of the category list is now its own filter called "Pack type." This allows you to narrow down your search even further.

It's exciting to see how people are using this feature so far. Looking at the packs page, we can already see that packs are being tagged with languages such as English, Spanish, French, Dutch, and Latin.

This feature was suggested by Nipitiri from Estonia, who mentioned that they found it difficult to find packs with Estonian words. We hope that language tags not only make it easier to find packs in your own language, but also encourage people to create packs in languages other than English.

If you have any feedback or suggestions for how we can make the site better, please let us know. In the meantime, here's an otter in a box. Enjoy!

otter in a box