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hugo365mx
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Power Automate and dates

Hi all

I've been working with power automate, I get a date from an Excel file, with this, I'm trying to use a condition where is evaluating the date in the format dd/MM/yyyy but for some reason, the flow is getting the date as a number. I tried to use the "FormatDateTime" function in the expresion but is not working.  However, if I use the date in the format "MM/dd/yyyy" it works.

Any ideas? 

Thanks for your comments

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gabibalaban
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Dual Super User

@hugo365mx ,

Set in "List rows present in a table" action the Date Format option to ISO 8601. If it is not set, the default option is to bring the date as a number. 

gabibalaban_0-1638430707469.png

Hope it helps !

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gabibalaban
Dual Super User
Dual Super User

@hugo365mx ,

Set in "List rows present in a table" action the Date Format option to ISO 8601. If it is not set, the default option is to bring the date as a number. 

gabibalaban_0-1638430707469.png

Hope it helps !

hugo365mx
Frequent Visitor

It works. Thanks for the quick response.  

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