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akm
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Create Sharepoint Calendar Item Date Bug

Hey, I've encountered this bug where if I pass a standard UTC DateTime value from a sharepoint list to a sharepoint calendar on the same site, the value increases by 7 hours.

 

I could hard code a compose action with @addhours that takes away 7 hours, but a hardcoded solution like that wouldn't work if the bug is a result of buggy timezone manipulation since half of year we have DST meaning that half of the year I would still be one hour off.

 

 

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Please let me know if there's a workaround in the mean time, or if I'll have to wait for a bug fix.

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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Create Sharepoint Calendar Item Date Bug

Hi @akm,

 

This issue should be caused by Date Time Zone.

Local time Zone is currently not supported in Microsoft Flow, please consider to vote up the following idea:

Timezone Support for Sharepoint Date Column

And a thread for reference:

Date Error between SharePoint and Flow

 

Regards,

Michael

 

Community Support Team _ Michael Shao
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