Note: Changing the language settings of your account on the desktop site *will not* change these settings on the apps.

Meetup is available in English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, Korean, Dutch, Thai, and Turkish. You can change your Meetup account's settings to enable one of these languages by taking the following steps.

If the language you see does not match your language settings or date formats look wrong, clearing the cookies in your browser should help. You can read about how to clear your cookies here.


Desktop Web

If you are logged into your account

- Click on the circular Profile icon at the top right of any page, and select Settings
- On the next page, under the General tab, click edit next to your current language
- From the dropdown menu on the next page, select the language of your choice, and click the red Save button

If you are not logged into your account

You will see a dropdown menu on the top right of any page listing the different available languages. Changing the language in this dropdown *will not* change the language of your actual Meetup account.

You will have to log in and follow the steps above in order to change your account's language settings on the desktop website.


Mobile Web

If you are logged into your account

Meetup will use your account's language settings. These can be modified by changing your settings on the desktop site (see above).

If you are not logged into your account

Your device's language will dictate the language of Meetup. If your device is in a language that is not supported by Meetup, you will see English as the default language.


Android & iOS App

The language of your Meetup app is determined by the default language set on your mobile device. If your device is set to a language that is not supported by Meetup, you will see English as the default language. 

To learn more about changing the language of your iOS device, you can visit Apple's support article here.

To learn more about changing the language of your Android device, you can visit Google's support article here.