Currently all dates of posts appear in US format (mm/dd/yy) which causes confusion because everywhere else my laptop displays them in UK format (which is also how most non-US people think about dates). Can the global setting not be used automatically also in Teams?
Please go and vote for this UserVoice instead: https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103-public/suggestions/16935160-use-same-date-and-time-format-as-in-my-computer-s. Although the fact MS has been "Working On It (TM)" for years with zero progress should tell you that you can't hold your breath...
I have to prove a delayed confirmation received in a legal matter. The screenshot I could take from chat tells:
"Monday, 13:30 PM CET"
Are you serious? Do you mean this chat "timestamp" is a timestamp?
People using MicrosoftTeams are non-analphabets, what more, rather quite literate... so you shall trust us, that we know the date of the day, no need to tell us that this week we had a "Monday"...
It would be great if the Teams client (web or local) used the format specified in the OS. Just because I want Teams in English does not mean I prefer the US format.
Opher Shachar commented
There are many duplicates to this request, but this is the one to upvote and follow:
Isabelle Boland commented
Would be highly appreciated! Thanks
Hi we are based in Europe and launched a suite of PowerBI reports to the company this week, all reporting using Teams is setting the date format to US and as a consequence it is confusing and unusable.
Please can this be looked at ASAP as it is leading to a lack of interest in reporting.
UK date format would be massively appreciated (dd-mm-yyyy).
Please make EU date and time format! dd-mm-yyyy