The date label ask for a visible dd/mm/yyyy f...

(Atilio Díaz Brito) #1

The date label ask for a visible dd/mm/yyyy format, but immediately after introducing it, it change to a mm/dd/yyyy format. The Google Sheet

Locale and Appsheet Data Locale are the same and synchronized. Calendar: Gregorian.

Please; whow to maintain the dd/mm/yyyy format after introducir it?.

(Atilio Díaz Brito) #2

@Aleksi_Alkio

Locales settings: OS 10,11: Gregorian Safari: ISO (Latin-1)

Google Sheet locale: Venezuela; (GMT-04:00) Caracas. All date colunms

formated todo “Date”.

Appsheet Data locale: Spanish (Venezuela).

Following your idea, I open the “Interview Feedback” app to test a date file directly from Appsheet (https://www.appsheet.com/samples/An-app-to-share-interviewer-feedback-on-potential-job-candidates?appGuidString=2bb93705-dd24-4c9f-b051-812887324f9b).

Same behavior, the date label asks for a visible dd/mm/yyyy format, but immediately after introducing it, it changes to an mm/dd/yyyy format.

The Date file open with the current today(dd/mm/yyyy), but immediately after introducing it, it change to a mm/dd/yyyy format.

Why it show, by default, a today(dd/mm/yyyy)

format but it refuse to maintain it and autmaticali change it to an mm/dd/yyy format when I type on it a dd/mm/yyy format?

(Aleksi Alkio) #3

May I ask what is the locale you have chosen for Appsheet? Georgian?

(Atilio Díaz Brito) #4

Of course; and welcome.

OS 10,11: Gregorian Safari: ISO (Latin-1) Google Sheet locale: Venezuela; (GMT-04:00) Caracas. All date colunms

formated todo “Date”. Appsheet Data locale: Spanish (Venezuela).

Help…

(Aleksi Alkio) #5

I believe the date format is coming from your device’s locale settings. I created a sample app using your locale settings (sheet and app), and I’m seeing dates correctly. Would you please check your locale settings from your device, thanks.

(Atilio Díaz Brito) #6

Locales settings: OS 10,11: Gregorian Safari: ISO (Latin-1)

Google Sheet locale: Venezuela; (GMT-04:00) Caracas. All date colunms

formated todo “Date”.

Appsheet Data locale: Spanish (Venezuela).

(Aleksi Alkio) #7

Have you read this document? help.appsheet.com - Locales: Diving Deeper Locales: Diving Deeper help.appsheet.com