The Church has redesigned the language pages on LDS.org to mirror the Gospel Library app. The same Church resources—such as scriptures, lesson manuals, general conference talks, and Church magazines—are now available on LDS.org and in the Gospel Library app in 115 languages. Now you navigate on the LDS.org language pages just like you do on the Gospel Library app.
To access a specific language page, simply click the world globe icon in the upper right corner of LDS.org. Then click the language icon. This will take you to a page with a large list of all the languages currently supported on LDS.org. Select the desired language from the list, and you will be directed to the new language page.
- Clicking on the major languages (Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish) will take you to the full LDS.org, rather than the language pages as explained above.
- Also, note that a few languages still show the old format on the page until some of the materials that were only in PDF format can be converted to text.
You can also find a link to a specific language page from many of the country communication pages administered by committees in each area of the Church (see lds.org/countries.)
A future enhancement to the language pages will include the ability to highlight and annotate text, like you can already in the major languages on LDS.org.
If you have any suggestions or problems with these pages, please use the feedback link at the bottom of the languages pages.
This article was adapted from “Access Gospel Content in Over 100 Languages on Redesigned LDS.org Language Pages“