The strategy of using iForm global forms in different languages is a reality in the iFormBuilder platform, through the Localization feature.
However, it turns out that all records submitted by the end-users in forms in the translated language are automatically registered in the iForm database in the original language of the form's creation. That is, a user using a form with the localization feature (which displays the form in their local language, e.g. Portuguese, Spanish, etc) is receiving iForm emails in the form's original language (e.g. English), as well as the database stored in the iForm base.
That said, it's critical that the iForm platform's capability allows the system administrator to choose that records made using the Localization feature be returned to users in the language used on their phones and not just the language of the original form.
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