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chandra1
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Sharepoint Time show 12 hours earlier then my timezone

Hi folks. I am having problems after submitting sharepoint list item from power apps. The date and time  which i have added is 26-01-2021 10:00AM BUT WHEN I SEE RESULT In sharepoint it shows as 10:00 PM. I tied tips from blogs and forums now all times like created , modified etc showing yesterday date and time even i create now. The date default value i set today so when i create new list item to check the default date shows as yesterday please help.

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Mira_Ghaly
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Multi Super User

@chandra1 

How are you passing your datetime as UTCNow()?

 

Have you tried using the below Action from DateTime Connector to convert from UTC to your Time Zone?

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Hope this gives you an idea to play around!

 

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chandra1
Helper III
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Yes @Mira_Ghaly i did that and the approval time and in the email time was correct as per converting timezone but in sharepot it is not changing. Before that please help me with one thing that somehow my sharepoint list date,created,modified went to yesterday date and times. Even i did not add any formula or something i have to show demo today by 12:30 am now i messed up don’t know how to clear it please help me if i create new list item the created say 1 second ago when i click that date is 25-01-2021 and its PM i added on 26-01-2021 AM please help

chandra1
Helper III
Helper III

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Mira_Ghaly
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Multi Super User

@chandra1 

Did you check the timezone setting on your account?

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Mira_Ghaly
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@chandra1 

Please check timezone settings on your sharepoint site

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chandra1
Helper III
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Yes that time zone its Abu Dhabi only its my time zone. not coming. Screen share session if you are okay.

chandra1
Helper III
Helper III

I have checked sharepoint site timezone and also my personal time zone but still same @Mira_Ghaly 

@chandra1

Check the regional settings in the Site Collection settings in SharePoint.  SharePoint online normally defaults to whatever timezone the server is in unless you change the regional settings for the site collection.

 

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i went to site settings.  and checked i can see only Site Collection Features there is no regional Settings inside can you show me please

@chandra1

Do you have administrative privilege?

Can u share screenshots of your flow?

I just want to confirm ur timezone is Abu Dhabi and u say you validated ur timezone but u still can't do it from site settings? 

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@chandra1

Steps to change regional settings 

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/change-regional-settings-for-a-site-e9e189c7-16e3-45d3-a0...

 

 

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chandra1
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I have Power platform Admin Privilege yes but I don't have access to SharePoint Admin center access. ( I am the SharePoint site Admin.) I am adding screenshot below to this reply please. 

This is how I summited the form
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and this is how its showing after adding to the list and 
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chandra1
Helper III
Helper III

Here is the Screenshot of my regional settings 

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chandra1
Helper III
Helper III

So after i approved request with your name i added action that will updated list with id and i added date as converted expression but still its the same PM 

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you can see its approved and i have updated with new converted date but its still same 

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Mira_Ghaly
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Multi Super User

@chandra1

Your setup looks good to me, if you create item directly in sharepoint, how does the date time look like.

 

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chandra1
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Yes I just created item directly from SharePoint list and its coming fine as I set. Date and Time.

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Mira_Ghaly
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@chandra1 

so after your approval you save the item in sharepoint ; is this correct ?

 

Please share the step where you save to the sharepoint list..

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chandra1
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No After the approval I did not create item. 
below I share steps please follow.

(When an form is submitted on power apps -> Create SharePoint List item)
then flow runs as below
when item is Created -> Send For Approval -> If Approve send email as approved if rejected send email as rejected. but in the form I have list column as Invite Date so its for visiting purpose if its approved then the meeting will be scheduled. so in flow I used converter to send proper time in Approval and Rejected Email. so only problem is in SharePoint list item date column.

Note :- even when in approval side before sending email I added update item action and added converted date but its giving entire some other time not related to anything.

Thanks

Mira_Ghaly
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Multi Super User

@chandra1 

I think the issue not on the Power Automate side ; the issue happening on the powerapp where you initially save the sharepoint list item , you need to save the correct in a correct way from the powerapps.

So in your powerapps on the datetime picker which value you are using in the below property

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