A new week, a new language! Jimdo arrives in Poland

It's been a busy few weeks, and we admit it -- we're going to take a break for a while. But today, we're pleased to be able to announce Jimdo's 11th language version: Polish!

We're pleased (and proud) as punch to have launched three new languages for Jimdo in the last three weeks. We think it's important for more users to be able to use Jimdo in the native languages. As we add more languages, more people in more countries will be able to use Jimdo!


The new country manager for Poland is Magdalena, and she's really happy that you can now see what she's been working on and looking forward to seeing the Jimdo community in Poland grow! And the rest of the team is really pumped, too -- we're looking forward to seeing new sites from Polish-speaking Jimdonauts! We even decorated the office in red and white to celebrate today's launch!

On that note...

"Kreator stron internetowych Jimdo będzie już niedługo dostępny w polskiej wersji językowej!"
(that's in Polish, and it means "Jimdo's website builder is in Polish now!")

There are a few sites in Polish already -- if you know of more, let us know in the comments!

By the way, did you know how many countries in the world Jimdo covers? On the map below you can see how many places Jimdo exists in the main or an official language!

Comments: 8 (Discussion closed)

  • #1

    Miks (Wednesday, 17 November 2010 13:48)

    Nice! Next: Latvia! :)

  • #2

    M.S. (Thursday, 18 November 2010 00:01)

    Thank U !!!

  • #3

    Trupa Glamour (Thursday, 18 November 2010 11:49)

    no no.... next : Romania :))
    ....little chance , i know that ;))

  • #4

    Raj Ghale (Thursday, 18 November 2010 23:47)

    its very nice i love jimdo familys, thank you somuch, if you can kindly welcome in Nepal too,

  • #5

    Efsane Afyonlu ™ (Friday, 19 November 2010 04:24)

    Ich weiss nicht ob mein Kommentar ankommt bei euch, aber es gibt sehr viele interessenten für eine Page auf Türkisch. Meine natürlich auch. Würde es sehr begrüßen wenns kommt ;).

    Danke ihr seid super.

  • #6

    Suitear (Monday, 29 November 2010 05:52)


  • #7

    iwanaka (Thursday, 02 December 2010 09:44)

    Why is Japan colored. You maybe wrong with Korea.

  • #8

    Powen (Thursday, 02 December 2010 11:33)

    iwanaka, Japan is colored because we offer a Japanese version of Jimdo!

    We don't offer a Korean version of Jimdo... (yet)