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Module Management - Labels Editor

This article will help you rename all the field and label names in Vtiger CRM.
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Rashmi Kashyap
6 Nov, 2020 - Updated 1 year ago
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Introduction

 

Did you know Vtiger CRM is completely customizable? 

If you’re ready to change the look and feel of your CRM to suit your needs, then welcome to the Labels Editor feature.


Using Vtiger CRM’s Labels Editor, you can rename CRM modules and other text areas to make the CRM fit your organization’s structure and terminology.
 

Whether you are a retail company serving Consumers, a non-profit organization serving Students, or a medical institution serving Patients, use Labels Editor to tailor the CRM according to your business requirements.







 

Editing Label Names

Editing field names or label names is an effortless task in Vtiger CRM. All you have to do is find the label and rename it!

Follow these steps to edit label names:

  1. Log in to your CRM account.
  2. Click the User Menu on the top right corner of the page.
  3. Click the Settings button.
  4. Look for the Module Management section.
  5. Click Labels Editor.
  1. You can see the default names for all the labels provided by the CRM.
  1. Select the language in Step 1 drop-down.
  2. Enter the label name to search the CRM or select the module in Step 2 drop-down. 
  3. Edit the Custom Label column in the table under Step 3. Each column has its significance:
  1. US English Label - This is the standard column for all the labels.
  2. Default Label -This column displays all the labels based on the language selected in Step 1.
  3. Custom Label - This column enables you to customize the label names.

All the edits you make will be auto-saved in the CRM.
 

 

Note:

  • Field values should not be empty in the Custom Label column.
  • If you do not find a label under the specific module, then go back to Step 2 and enter the label you want to rename and save.
  • Changes made for labels in one language will not reflect on the others. You must change the label names individually for each language.

For example, Labels for US English and British English are different; if you have changed in US English, you may want to change British English by changing the language in Step 1.

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