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Configure Localization Settings per User
To define the custom localization options for the particular user:
Navigate to System > User management > Users in the main menu.
For the necessary user, hover over the More Options menu to the right and click to start editing the configuration.
Select System Configuration > General Setup > Localization in the menu to the left.
For faster navigation between the configuration menu sections, use Quick Search.
Here, you can configure the following options by clearing the Use Organization check box and providing your own data:
In the Location Options section, provide:
Primary Location and Format Address Per Country — Define the address formatting to be applied.
If Format Address Per Country is enabled and the country-specific formatting is enabled for the instance, the address will be displayed in compliance with the rules specified for the country. For example, if the chosen country is China, the address is displayed as follows:
- ZIP code
- State, City
- First and Last name
whereas, for the US it is:
- First and Last name
- Street name
- CITY NAME, STATE CODE, COUNTRY, ZIP code
Otherwise, the Primary Location formatting is applied.
Timezone — Defines the timezone to be applied for all the time settings defined in the instance. If the time-zone is changed, all the time settings (e.g. due dates of tasks), time of reminders, etc. change correspondingly. The default value is(UTC -08:00) America/Los Angeles.
In the Map Settings, select the Temperature Unit and Wind Speed Unit to display the weather on the map. The default values are Fahrenheit and miles per hour (MPH).
In the Localization Settings, provide:
- Default Localization — The default language of the back-office and storefront UI for the current website. The list of available languages depends on the localizations added on the global level.
Click Save Settings.