How do I use the transliteration feature in Blog Post?

How do I use the transliteration feature in Blog Post?

transliteration widget

Google has one of most amazing feature whose name is transliteration. Most of the Blog user think that this is Translation feature. I mean this feature will translation the words and sentences, but this is absolutely wrong. Transliteration feature lets you type your own languages phonetically in English script and still have them appear in their correct alphabet.

For example, non-English speakers when chat in Facebook then they  write everything in English word but they are expressing in their own language. More clearly phonetically in English but writing their own language. There only sound of the words is converted from one alphabet to the other but not the meaning. For example, typing 'hamesha' transliterates into Hindi as हमेशा.

Similarly If I write something in Bangla but phonetically in English then it will show the result like Hindi. For example I have written in 'Probondho' in English transliterates into Bangla as প্রবন্ধ  and its English meaning is Article.

So it's really awesome. Because we knows that Blogger with native language faces many problem while writing with their own language. Most of the time they have to different software for writing in their own language and after then they paste that content in Blogger post. But by using transliteration feature in Google there are no need to use any software. Just directly you can write article in your own language. But there has some limitation of Blogger because they are right now supporting following languages but later more language will support.
  • Amharic
  • Arabic
  • Bengali
  • Greek
  • Persian
  • Gujarati
  • Kannada
  • Hindi
  • Malayalam
  • Marathi
  • Nepali
  • Punjabi
  • Russian
  • Sanskrit
  • Serbian
  • Tamil
  • Telugu
  • Tigrinya
  • Urdu

Enable transliteration feature

Step 1 Sign in to your Blogger Account and Go to Blogger Dashboard

Step 2 Now Under ->Settings tab ->Language and formatting locate Enable transliteration

enable transliteration feature

Step 3 Now select Enabled from dropdown option. and in Language option select your native language.

Step 4 Finally Click on orange color Save settings button from top right corner of the screen.

you have successfully enabled and selected your language for using Blogger transliteration feature. But now I will show you about uses of this feature.

How to use transliteration feature?

For using transliteration feature you have to go through in Blogger post editor. And just follow the below steps-

Step 1 Sign in to your Blogger account and go to Dashboard

Step 2 From the Dashboard, click New Post. Now Click on 'Transliterate words typed phonetically in English script'  icon and write something in your language but  phonetically in English.

Bangla and Hindi

Step 3 And see Blogger is showing word suggestion according to your  writing that phonetically in English. So select appropriate word to complete your writing.

Step 4 Finally publish your post and see the content.

That's all about  transliteration features. I hope you will maintain your Blog in your own language without using any software. For any further suggestion feel free to write me. Thank You. 
How do I use the transliteration feature in Blog Post?
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