The information in this article is relevant only for Guesty Lite users who started connecting Vrbo before 19 Feb 2024 and for Pro users.
Each Vrbo brand supports specific languages. You must make sure the language in Guesty matches your Vrbo account. See details in Vrbo's SSO guide.
Each Guesty listing's content must be written in the brand's native language. For example, if your chosen brand is Abritel, all listing content must be written in French. Guesty automatically checks each listing's content to ensure that it is written in the correct language, and notifies you if changes are needed.
To resolve the issue, ensure that all the listing’s descriptions in Guesty match the brand's native language.
By matching your listing content to the supported language of the Vrbo brand, you increase the likelihood of attracting guests who can understand and engage with your listing effectively, thus improving your chances of securing bookings and providing a positive guest experience.
If the master brand is English-speaking, Vrbo automatically uses Google Translate and pushes the translations to all other Vrbo international websites.