[2 New Quenza Features] Multilingual Client App & Custom Brand Colours

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Dear friend, fellow Quenza user,

Every day, we work hard to make Quenza more useful to you.

Feature 1: Multilingual Client App

This week, we have released the much-requested Multilingual Client App feature.

This means your clients can now use Quenza in their native language.

We currently support the following languages:

  • English
  • Danish
  • German
  • Greek
  • Spanish
  • Finnish
  • French
  • Hindi
  • Italian
  • Norwegian
  • Dutch
  • Polish
  • Portuguese
  • Romanian
  • Russian
  • Swedish
  • Turkish

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Everything that is client oriented, so the user interface and system emails/notifications, will appear in the language you select. You can only select the language for new clients you add. Existing clients can change the language setting themselves in their profile.

The practitioner app (that you use) will only be available in English. Activities and pathways that you create or add from our expansion library will also only be available in English. You are free to translate these yourself as you see fit.

Feature 2: Custom Brand Colours

Two weeks ago, we’ve released the Custom Brand Colours* feature.

By going to Settings > Customization > Colors you can now add your primary brand color.

quenza colors

High tech geeks that we are, we’ve developed Quenza in such a way that a complimentary secondary color will automatically be generated based on the primary color you select. 😉

This not just prevents colors from becoming incompatible with each other, it also guarantees that the user interface stays beautiful.

*Please note that this feature is only available for the Standard and Unlimited plan.

Should you have feedback for us, or want to request a feature, please let us know in the Support section (https://app.quenza.com/support) of the app.

Always at your service,
Seph Fontane Pennock
Cofounder, CMO

About the author

Seph Fontane Pennock is a serial entrepreneur in the mental health space and one of the co-founders of Quenza. His mission is to solve the most important problems that practitioners are facing in the changing landscape of therapy and coaching now that the world is turning more and more digital.

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