Writing for readers in multiple languages? There are several ways to manage translations. Each approach has advantages, and you should assess each by considering the number of languages you maintain and the amount of documentation content your team manages. The best approach depends on whether your team handles translations within Confluence, an external translation management system, translation memory system, or via a third party. Also, keep documentation publishing in mind. Different approaches involve displaying all languages on one page or on separate pages. Depending on your content, use the approach you think is best for your users.
For small collections of documentation, or pages where you won't translate much content, writing all languages on one page may be an option.Maintain Languages in Separate Spaces
For large collections of documentation in multiple languages, you can use a separate space for each language.Manage Multiple Languages in Confluence Server and Data Center with Scroll Translations
With Scroll Translations, you can write content in all languages within a single space, manage translations, and translate in Confluence Server and Data Center or an external translation management system.
Write Multiple Languages on Each Page