The team is working on fixing date/time format to honor your computer settings. Please stay tuned for further updates.
An error occurred while saving the commentKImmo Helaskoski commented
Is this really something that cannot be quickly corrected.
I use English as the language of the OS.
But I use DD.MM.YYYY type settings for date and a 24hour a day clock.
Not the silly and illogical US style of date. Or as unusable 12 hour clock. For date I do not see the month written as text to be a solution. Quick checks and overview with a glance is impossible as there is a need to read not just comprehend.
Which is earlier 11.5. or 9.2. or which is earlier October 11 or November 9
How can such thing as this take ages to be corrected. It has been done in the OS. Should not be a problem in other places... Or is this just some boring change not any "wow", why the "agile" developers do not like it.
This is a big issue for many organisations. I cannot use any other language than English for the Teams since every heading is changed and the use is difficult when helping people in other countries.
This is working today in the web client on Edge & Chrome. The team is actively investigating feasibility in the desktop client.KImmo Helaskoski supported this idea ·