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Spanish word for reminder, including example sentences in both English and Spanish. Learn how to say reminder in Spanish with audio of a native Spanish.

I am doing business with a customer who prefers to communicate in Spanish. How do I get the invoices, estimates, reminders, etc. to be in Spanish?

In Zoho Books, you can associate a language to a customer/vendor. This includes:

  • Modifying the portal language.
  • Creating templates for invoices, estimates, reminders etc.
  • Creating workflows specific to language-associated customers/vendors

Let’s take the above example where your customer prefers all communication in Spanish.

Choosing Spanish as Portal Language

In order to choose Spanish as default portal language for the customer, kindly follow the below mentioned steps:

  • Go to Sales > Customers (for customers) or Purchases > Vendors (for vendors).
  • Select the customer for whom you would like to associate Spanish as the portal language.
  • Click on the Edit button on the top right of the details screen.
  • Scroll down to Other Details and choose the language of the customer’s choice from the Portal Language drop-down.
Setting up Invoice Template in Spanish

In order to set the invoice template in Spanish, kindly follow the instructions below:

  • Click on the Gear icon on the top-right corner and select Templates.
  • In the page that follows, select Invoices.
  • Click on the + New button present on the top-right.
  • A window will display all the available templates.
  • Hover your mouse over the template of your choice, and click on the Use This button.
  • In the window that follows, enter a name (optional) for your template, and choose a language from the Template Language drop-down.
  • Click on the Use This button to continue.
  • The following screen will allow you to edit the properties of your template. Use the Preview button to view your changes in place. Once you’re done, Click on the Save button for the changes to take effect.
Setting up Email Templates in Spanish

You can do this for Email templates as well. To set up your email templates in Spanish, kindly follow the instructions below:

  • Click on the Gear icon on the top-right corner and select Email Templates.
  • Click on the + New button present on the top-right corner.
  • A New Email Template window will appear on the screen.
  • Enter the content of your email and click Save for the changes to take effect.
Setting up Payment Reminders in Spanish

Apart from setting email templates, you can also set up payment reminders in other languages and associate them to specific contacts.

The first step in the process is to create an email alert. To create an email alert, kindly follow the instructions below:

  • Click on the Gear icon present on the top-right corner of the page and select Automation.
  • Go to the Email Alerts section.
  • Click on the + New Email Alert button.
  • Enter a name for the Email Alert. In this case, the purpose of the email Alert is to send a payment reminder to a contact whose contact language is Spanish.
  • Select a module, say the Invoice module.
  • Click on the Email Template drop-down and select the + Add New Email Template option.
  • Add recepients for this automated email in Email Recipients. You can add multiple recipients. You can also add Additional Recipients whose email addresses are not recorded in your Zoho Books account.
  • Enter the content of the template in the selected language and click on Save and Select button.
  • Now, click on the Save button to save your newly created Email Alert.

The next and final step is to create a workflow rule, where a payment reminder is send for invoices created for customers whose contact language is Spanish.

  • Under the Automation section, click on the Workflow Rules tab.
  • Click on the + New Workflow Rule button.
1. Name your Workflow

Workflow name: Give your workflow a name.

Module: Invoice

2. Choose When to Trigger

Workflow type: Event Based

When an Invoice is: Created

3. Filter the Triggers

When -> Customer Language -> is -> Espanol

Click Next and check the Would you like to add time-based action? option.

Execution time: 5 -> Days > Before -> Due Date

4. Action

Email Alert -> Spanish - Payment Reminder

Click on the Save button to save the workflow rule created. This will trigger a payment reminder (in Spanish), five days before the due date, for all the customers whose language is Espanol.

Associating the templates to a customer/vendor

Once you’ve set up the invoice and email templates, you can associate these templates by following the instructions below:

  • Go to Sales > Customers (for customers) or Purchases > Vendors (for vendors).
  • Select the contact to which you would like to associate Spanish template.
  • Click on the More drop-down and select the Associate Templates option.
  • Click on the appropriate drop-downs under each template and choose the newly created Spanish Template.
  • Click on the Save button for the changes to take effect.

This action will allow you to send customized invoices and emails to that particular customer.

Note: You can also create workflows based on the language, i.e. you can create workflows for contacts who are assigned a specific language.



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Spanish / English Translator

how to say reminder in spanish

The word "ginkgo" is misspelled, even though you'll find it written that way in every English dictionary. Other accepted spellings include "gingko," with the 'G' before the 'K,' and "ginko," which — though rarely used outside the 1700s — was the spelling given in the third round of the Scripps National Spelling Bee by 11-year-old Charles Fennell on Tuesday. He advanced.

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There's no shame if you don't — the dizzying journey undertaken by "ginkgo" before arriving on the Scripps stage in its three accepted modern variations is a testament to the turbulent, hodgepodge, sticky-fingered and roughly-cobbled-together state of the English language, which contains more than 171,000 words in current use. And if you're like me, watching the spelling bee, which will air its final rounds on ESPN on Thursday and Friday, is humbling not just because of the kids who can spell "ginko", but because of the renewed admiration it inspires for a language I use every day yet will never fully grasp, no matter how many decades I commit to trying.

It is impossible to put a number on exactly how many words there are in English, although people certainly try. We do know English is likely one of the richest languages in the world due to its tendency to pillage other languages, like scooping up the Mexican Spanish "chihuahua" (the winning spelling bee word in 1967) or the Yiddish-by-way-of-Middle-High-German "knaidel" (the winning word in 2013). When Scripps contestants ask the judges, as is their right, about the origin of a word prior to taking a stab at the spelling, many times the answer is Latin or Greek, the roots that make up 60 percent of the English language. There is almost no language on Earth, though, that hasn't been somehow subsumed into English in some form or another.

Part of the appeal of watching the spelling bee is to be reminded of this sheer limitlessness, which even as a fluent speaker can be hard to fully appreciate. We only use a very small percentage of the words available in the dictionary in our day-to-day lives. The average speaker of English knows somewhere between 15,000 and 20,000 "lemmas," or brackets of related words ("spell," "spells," "spelled," and "spelling" are all one lemma, for example, as are "cold," "colder," and "coldest"). You can be conversational with 800 lemmas, but you need the most common 3,000 or so under your belt to appreciate a movie, and around 9,000 or so to read a novel, the BBC reports. It would take knowing a whopping 50,000 lemmas to understand 95 percent of the Oxford English Corpus, and there'd still be another 5 percent left over to leave you scratching your head.

(Screenshot / Scripps National Spelling Bee Play Along / ESPN)

The Spelling Bee isn't only about the words we rarely come across, though. Many of the winning words might surprise you with their relative popularity in everyday speech: The aforementioned "chihuahua" needs no definition here, while "romaine," "whimsical," "platypus," and "guacamole" — all words given in the Bee's third round — might on the surface seem deceptively simple. Only a look at each word's origins exposes their oddity together under the umbrella of "English": "romaine" being old French for "Roman"; "whimsical" traceable back to Scandinavian roots; "platypus" a smattering of letters taken from Modern Latin; and "guacamole" ending up in our vocabulary after originating in Aztecan. That any of us can spell these words, plucked as they were from across the globe and following no overlapping spelling rules, is impressive in and of itself.

And that's to say nothing of English's own ridiculous creations. In the third round of the Spelling Bee, one could also find "wafflestomper" — a sort of boot — and "Rooseveltian," a word that describes anything that pertains to the 26th or 32nd presidents of the United States. Likewise, a middle schooler from Colorado was confronted with "labradoodle," a word that specifies only dogs that are a cross between Labrador retrievers and poodles, while a boy from Illinois got "Michigander," a word specifying a person from Michigan. Meanwhile, a girl from Florida failed to properly spell "Chaplinesque," a word referring to anything that recalls the British actor and director Charlie Chaplin. Why we require the existence of words with such precise and specific definitions is a mystery left up to the arbiters of English dictionaries, which add new words every year. Case in point: Another third round word, locavore, describing "one who eats foods grown locally whenever possible," only started appearing in use in 2005.

Beyond studying for the SATs or GREs, though, there are few opportunities in life to really stop and appreciate the indefinable volume of words that are at our disposal as English speakers (to say nothing of those afforded to anyone who is bilingual). Even the most enthusiastic logophiles ultimately rely on the same 100 or so common lemmas for the bulk of their writing or speech.

The Scripps National Spelling Bee, on the other hand, is an annual chance to set aside arguments about the usefulness of knowing how to define and spell "smaragdine," and to marvel instead at the fact that if you need to describe something that is specifically emerald-like, then English has a word for you, too.

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how to say reminder in spanish

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      a. el recordatorio
      (m) means that a noun is masculine. Spanish nouns have a gender, which is either feminine (like la mujer or la luna) or masculine (like el hombre or el sol).
      I set a reminder on my phone so I don't forget to call my mother on her birthday.Programé un recordatorio en el teléfono para que no se me olvide llamar a mi mamá en su cumpleaños.
      b. la notificación
      (f) means that a noun is feminine. Spanish nouns have a gender, which is either feminine (like la mujer or la luna) or masculine (like el hombre or el sol).
      You can download our application and get a reminder before every game.Puedes descargar nuestra aplicación y recibir una notificación antes de cada partido.
      c. el aviso
      (m) means that a noun is masculine. Spanish nouns have a gender, which is either feminine (like la mujer or la luna) or masculine (like el hombre or el sol).
      She left a reminder for her husband on the refrigerator so he'd remember to get the milk.Ella dejó un aviso en el refrigerador para su esposo para que no se le olvidara traer la leche.
      a. el recuerdo
      (m) means that a noun is masculine. Spanish nouns have a gender, which is either feminine (like la mujer or la luna) or masculine (like el hombre or el sol).
      There is a staircase from a destroyed building downtown that serves as a reminder of the horrors of war.Hay una escalera de un edificio destruido en el centro que sirve de recuerdo de los horrores de la guerra.
      A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
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      A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
      a. el aviso
      (m) means that a noun is masculine. Spanish nouns have a gender, which is either feminine (like la mujer or la luna) or masculine (like el hombre or el sol).
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      reminder[rɪˈmaɪndəʳ]
      1(letter etc)notificación (f);aviso (m)
      we will send a reminderle enviaremos un recordatorio;it's a gentle reminderes una advertencia amistosa
      2(memento)recuerdo (m)
      it's a reminder of the good old daysrecuerda los buenos tiempos pasados
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