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    Matt commented  · 

    Also these settings are not replicated should a user use the browser.. see attached example...

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    if you open in teams a spreadsheet and the formatting isnt checked..
    in this example, the 2 dates were entered the same way dd/mm/yy however the differences in the locale formatting shows 2 different dates months apart..
    Date entered as DD/MM/YY Result Month Day
    8/4/2020 with Teams set to US format 4/08/2020 8 4
    9/4/2020 with Teams set to NZ format 9/04/2020 4 9

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    I know.. And then if the user use the browser it is seperate as well..
    However they are working on it.
    https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103-public/suggestions/16935160-use-same-date-and-time-format-as-in-my-computer-s

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