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  • Official comment
    Sara Høeg Højlund-Rasmussen

    Hey all, just change your language settings from US to UK english and you will have a 24 hour format.

    You can do so if you click "My account", "Account Settings".

    //Sara - Podio

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  • Adil Tuncer

    yes please.. this must not be so diffucult. btw, i am not an IT staff.. :) 

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  • Wilco Wietsma

    Also a option to have 24 hour format, instead of the annoying US time standards with their PM and AM stuff. 

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  • Wilco Wietsma

    Thanks,  I can't change this for my users can I?  They'll have to do that manually.. right?

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  • Jacquelyn May

    Hi Wilco,

    That's right - each user would need to update their preference.

    /Jacquelyn - Podio

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  • Stephan Vierkant

    Are there any plans for supporting other time formats? My clients are asking for a 24-hour format.

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  • Stephan Vierkant

    Sorry, didn't read before posting :)

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  • Gilberto Lontro

    Hi Sara,

    I did that change and don't see a difference. I'm still getting the 08/12/13 and not August 12, 2013 as in your videos.

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  • Darren T

    Hi Sara

    Changing language does not help, same formatting keeps displaying, pls help

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  • Sara Høeg Højlund-Rasmussen

    Hey guys

    If it doesn't work as expected please let us know in support with a few screenshots of the problem and we can assist: https://help.podio.com/tickets/new or via support@podio.com

    //Sara - Podio

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  • Gilberto Lontro

    Yup, still not working.

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  • Sara Høeg Højlund-Rasmussen

    This looks like the European format in your screenshots, can you explain what is not working?

    //Sara - Podio

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  • Gilberto Lontro

    I want it to read September 23, 2013 and not 23/09/2013

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  • Sara Høeg Højlund-Rasmussen

    Thanks for clarifying, that is unfortunately not possible. You need a text field and enter the date manually to achieve this. However using a text field, the date won't show in calendars etc.

    //Sara - Podio

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  • Gilberto Lontro

    That's weird, because I'm sure I have seen screenshots of that being used.

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  • Andreas Huttenrauch

    +1 for a new language called English (geek) which uses Y-m-d H:i:s :-)

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  • Veronica

    Is this still not possible?!

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  • Sara Høeg Højlund-Rasmussen

    Hey Veronica,

    I'm afraid not, the current date format is controlled by your language settings only.

    Thanks for your vote.

    //Sara - Podio

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  • Officials

    Still waiting on this.  International or Australian date time please.  American date formats drive myself and my group up the wall.

    Please see internet standards for storing date objects:
    https://www.w3.org/TR/NOTE-datetime
    https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3339

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  • Kinga Magyar

    If you set your language settings to English (UK), then the date format should be on DD/MM/YYYY. That should work in Australia. ;-) 

    //Kinga - Podio

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  • TJ Walker

    Six-odd years later and still no ability to easily (without UK lang hack —just 'cause I happen to be American doesn't mean I prefer more ambiguous data formatting over clearer ones) customize time and date formatting? All I want is ISO 8601 —and infinite wealth, knowledge, and time travel. Is that really too much to hope for from Podio T_T

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