Hello @v-monli-msft, @v-micsh-msft,
We have users from different regions in Europe, so their PCs language will be in Dutch or French or German etc.
So, I am using Text function to derive the name of the day (English) from the Date to standardise in one language.
For example; Date(input) = '07/12/2017', Day(result) = 'Thursday'
Formula being used: Upper(Left(Text(DateValue(ThisItem.DAY,"fr-FR") + 0 , "[$-en-US]ddd"), 3) )
We are still seeing name of the day in their own PC language even we are forcing to show them in English.
We have tried Microsoft translator but it has limitations of 150 times per day/per user which is not reliable solution for us.
Is there any other way to solve this issue?
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You need to use the third argument of the Text() function like this:
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@Meneghino is right, the second argument of the text() function only restricts the date format, you will need to use the third one to specify the language.
Adding the Text() function reference:
Text function in PowerApps
Please refer to the Syntax part.
Text( Number, DateTimeFormatEnum [, ResultLanguageTag ] )
Text( Number, CustomFormat [, ResultLanguageTag ] )
Thanks @Meneghino for pointing me to correct my formula.
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