DateTime fields from Dataverse / Common Data Service (Current Environment) are retrieved in full Date and Time format. And in common applications, you are required to only retrieve the Date and not the Time. Or even Format the Date Time in a certain way.
Let’s look at how to format DateTime in a Flow which appears as below
Let’s look at a simple example by trying to format a Created On…
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Let’s look at how to format DateTime in a Flow which appears as below Let’s a take a variable of type String to store our formatted Date. Now, in the variable, go for Functions and look for function. Now, it asks for 2 parameters – TimeStamp and Format.
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