If you went on a Spanish soccer team’s page on Google+, you probably wouldn’t be able to understand most of the comments. That is unless you spoke Spanish. Now, however, Google’s trying to incorporate international users into these conversations by enabling translation for posts and comments.

When you see a post or a comment in a language you don’t know, you can now simply click the “Translate” button underneath it. This will have Google auto-detect the foreign language and have it automatically presented to you in your default language.

This is a cool new feature, as now users that don’t even speak the same language can have back and forth discussions over different topics and videos.

Google says that the feature will be gradually rolling out and that it will only be accessible on the desktop version.