Shifts - Date localisation
Ability to localise dates - In at least AU and UK we use DD/MM - its becomes confusing quickly when half the dates are in local and the other half are in US format
A majority of people do not understand the illogical way of displaying dates used in a country on the North American continent (mm/dd). This causes confusion amongst users of Teams.
Please let users cahnge their settings or automatically adapt to the OS regional settings for time and date.
Please fix this ASAP. Your Australian customers are affected also.
The URL workaround (EN-UK or EN-AU) works fine in the browser, however the date format is still wrong in the Teams Mac app and there is no way to apply the workaround in the app.
Tommi Prami commented
It is pretty annoying that dates do not follow local ordering...
A quick fix for this is to bookmark the URL for Planner but change the /EN-US/ part to your country region, e.g. /EN-UK/ or /EN-AU/. The dates then display in the correct format for that region.
Joakim Zetterberg commented
The same goes for Sweden
Frank Bruce commented
Yep application should follow device regionalisation.
Ben White commented
Dates in the planner are localised with the US format MM/DD and now in the DD/MM format for us in the UK.