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@ucyppat I had to do the same thing with Unix epoch time and here is the formula I used in my creating CSV table. addSeconds('1970-1-1', Div(int(item()?['properties']?['createdate']?['value']),1000) , 'MM/dd/yyyy')


The create date value from the parsed json was in unix epoch time. Using this formula worked perfect for converting it. I think I had to have the int() peice in there to convert it to an integer first. 

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