Another language was added to MyHeritage.com this week. Your family site can now be displayed in 37 languages. As you’ll see in your language options, Latvian is now available.
It should prove useful for users in both Latvia and Lithuania, making it a little bit easier to connect on MyHeritage.com.
For those not familiar with Latvian, it is a Baltic language with some close ties to Lithuanian. The two are often mistaken for each other. Latvian has three dialects: Livonian, Latgalian and Middle.
View the Latvian homepage here. We hope that you and your family will find this new language useful.
The addition of this additional language could not have been accomplished without our large group of volunteer translators. Many thanks to all of them:
Drikus Theron, Annemarie van Dyk, Danieka Roesch, Janette Styger, Hanria Combrinck, Sergejs Degtjars, Janis Dauksa, Martins Vanags, Egils Turss, Aldis Pommers, Alda Pupila, Rolands Svilpis, Martins Berzinskis, Maris Mantenieks, Raimonds Keris, Jānis Daukša and Johan van Niekerk.
We will continue to introduce new languages and to keep our translations up-to-date in additional areas such as the FAQ, Family Tree Builder User Guide, FamilyConnect app and elsewhere.
If you would like to help MyHeritage keep our translations updated, or if your language is not yet among those we offer, we’d love to hear from you. Email us: translate [at] myheritage [dot] com.