Add YYYYMMDD as a new date/time format.

 

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    Add YYYYMMDD as a new date/time format.

    The time format of YYYYMMDD is not recognized as a valid type.

    2 Replies Ideas and Product Feedback January 15, 2016
    Clay Johns January 15, 2016 7:06 PM

    Really, I think the best way would be like you do in excel or a programming language where you are able to format it however you want. In the Python Date.stroftime() function passing the format as '%Y%m%d' gives OP what he asked for, or passing '%Y-%m-%d' or '%Y/%m/%d' gives @TrifactaScott what he wanted. Rather than have to think of every possible combination just let us put in whatever we want. See here for guide: http://strftime.org/

    TrifactaScott November 4, 2015 5:29 PM

    Also, YYYY-MM-DD and YYYY/MM/DD