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sudosaurus
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SharePoint Date & Time format in PowerApps - GMT/UK

How can I get a Date & Time column to display correctly in GMT/UK format in PowerApps?

 

In my SharePoint list my due date column is displayed correctly:

23/09/2020, 12:18:02

I want this column to display the same in PowerApps, currently it is not!
I have tried Text(DateValue(Parent.Default), "[$-en-GB]dd-mm-yyy-HH-mm-ss")

However this displays at 23/09/2020-00-00-00

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eka24
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Try

Text(Parent.Default, "[$-en-GB]dd-mm-yyy hhmm ss")

 

Or

Text(DateTimeValue(Parent.Default), "[$-en-GB]dd-mm-yyy hhmm ss")

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eka24
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Super User

Try

Text(Parent.Default, "[$-en-GB]dd-mm-yyy hhmm ss")

 

Or

Text(DateTimeValue(Parent.Default), "[$-en-GB]dd-mm-yyy hhmm ss")

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@eka24 

 

Thank you, the second option worked. I tweaked the formatting a bit:

Text(DateTimeValue(Parent.Default), "[$-en-GB]dd/mm/yyy hh:mm:ss")

 

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