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"Conseguido cambiar la información de usuario" correct translation for "succesfully changed users information"?

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Grammatically yes, but I would say something like «Información de usuario cambiada correctamente» or «Cambiados con éxito los datos del usuario»

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Thanks, I do have problems finding the best ways of translating these kind of messages. – user44579 May 15 '14 at 11:27
But "Users" is plural, the correct traduction would be : "Información de los usuarios cambiada con éxito" – user2995 May 15 '14 at 15:36
@Jimmy: I'm not sure. The original English sentence is incorrect. It should be either "Successfully changed user's information" or "Successfully changed users' information." As it's written, it's incorrect and ambiguous whether it's a single user or multiple users. A third, less likely possibility, is that it's correct, and means "the information about users," but given the original Spanish attempt, I think that's pretty unlikely. :) – Flimzy May 15 '14 at 18:45

I would use "La información del usuario ha sido actualizada"

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Some better translations would be:

"Se ha podido cambiar la información de usuario"

"Se ha cambiado la información de usuario"

I work as a computer technician in South America but, I am from the US.

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