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jlocatell
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Twitter Create At Property

Property always gives time in GMT format. Looking for adapting the value to another value, lets say GMT-3 i.e.

 

Ideas? 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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v-yamao-msft
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Hi jlocatell,

 

Were you using twitter in an App? And do you want to adapt the GMT format to your local time zone?

 

I created an App and created a connection with Twitter. Then I added a gallery to show the data. In the gallery, added a text box and set its text property to this formula:
Text(DateTimeValue(CreatedAt,"en"),DateTimeFormat.LongDateTime). With this formula, the CreatedAt showed as my local time zone.

 

In this way, I converted the GMT format to local time zone. If you wanted to adapt the GMT format to your local time zone, you can have a try.

 

If I misunderstand your meaning, please feel free to reply.

 

Best regards,
Mabel Mao

 

Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
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