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mvdb
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Only show time of a Date-Time field in a View in a model driven-application

Hey, in the View of my table I have two fields that keep record of start- and end time. They're the field type Date-Time. In my model-driven View I want them to show as "hh:mm" instead of "DD-MM-YYYY hh:mm" (see picture). I think I'll need a script to edit this, but I'm not familiar with the lines of code that are needed to change this.

Can someone show me how to edit this or show me a similar example, thank you 

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Hi @mvdb ,

 

Apologies, I misread your original post. What you can do is add another field that is of type text and copy just the time portion from your date field into it (you can do this via a Flow) and use that field in your view. It's not the most elegant but it can be achieved without code.

 

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ChrisPiasecki
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HI @mvdb ,

 

You can change your personal preferences for date time format display.

 

In your model-driven app, navigate to the gear icon in top right > Personalization Settings

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 Select the Formats tab > Under the Current Format dropdown, click Customize.

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Set your desired Time and Date preferences under the respective tabs.

 

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Hey @ChrisPiasecki 

Thank you for your effort, but I can't achieve the hoped outcome with your method. I would like to only show the time notation and don't show the date notation at all. I added an image to clarify: the first three rows is how I would like to see it displayed (I changed it with the Google Chrome inspect-tool) and the last three rows is how the fields are displayed at the moment.

Hi @mvdb ,

 

Apologies, I misread your original post. What you can do is add another field that is of type text and copy just the time portion from your date field into it (you can do this via a Flow) and use that field in your view. It's not the most elegant but it can be achieved without code.

 

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