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Wrong time from power APP to SharePoint List

This has been reported to microsoft technical team via Service request, but I can't see that it is resolved in any way.

 

 The SharePoint list have fields : Time_in and Time_out (both are datetime fields). SharePoint site configured with 24 hours format with regional settings of New Zealand time zone. A Power App generated from SharePoint.

 

When a new record is created in the app from Mobile Device and saved, the datetime immediately shows one hour more in the Power APPand in SharePoint for datetime from 13 to 24 hours(( PM Hours). It works fine for AM hours(0-12).

 

When a new record is created in SharePoint and  access power app in Browser , the app shows the correct datetime without adding

When a record is edited in the app from Mobile Device, the existing correct datetime will be changed to one hour more IN THE APP and in SharePoint.

 

Please, what can be done to avoid that behaviour? I'm in New Zealand. All my computers are regional settings for New Zealand. My mobile devices are all set to New Zealand. My SharePoint online tenant and site collection and site settings are all for New Zealand. The app date picker is set to DateTimeZone.Local. So, why is the date changing from what is selected in the date picker of the app????

 

Please fix this. 

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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Wrong time from power APP to SharePoint List

Hi @Anonymous,

 

I saw you have duplicated thread posted here:

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/General-Discussion/Power-App-Screens-from-Mobile-Devices-sending-wrong-time-to/m-p/118890

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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