11-09-2018 01:01 AM
11-09-2018 01:01 AM
When you change language in the Teams client. The date/time settings also change. In Skype4B it uses computer time and settings. Why does not the teams client do the same? At least for time and date settings.
I have for me english (us) in Windows, so for me it's no issue. But if you have Norwegian settings on windows and then use english i Teams, the time and date changes.
For some users this is a big pain and need to be fixed.
11-09-2018 01:41 AM
Having tested this in my environment I am not experiencing the same issue:
In both cases the post times displayed in Microsoft Teams (desktop and browser) are as per the desktop time zone.
If I change the desktop top time/zone to another (e.g. GMT) the times in Microsoft Teams are adjusted accordingly. Worth nothing that you need to sign-out/sign back into the desktop app for this to take effect.
11-09-2018 01:52 AM
11-09-2018 02:32 AM
Wierd, just tried this:
Windows Timezone GMT
Teams language setting (Italian)
Chrome default language setting Italian
On both the desktop and browser and I am seeing the times of posts in GMT.
04-01-2019 01:46 AM
07-22-2019 05:56 AM
It is a JOKE
MS do not understand international formats. In fact they really don't understand the way the world works, I have had 30 years trying to tell them, but never makes a difference.
Firstly if they default they should use the only sensible date that cannot be misunderstood, which is why it is a standard ISO8601 and is used by W3C etc.
Next they think that because you are in a country that you must speak the language, so often in HK they default to Chinese, and even many Chinese in HK cannot read and write it (lived a long time overseas).
So simple to have ONE setting that controls everything.
End of RANT.
07-24-2019 12:06 PM
Seems MS is regressing in date formats. Windows has perfect settings in Control Panel/Settings app but Microsoft's own apps (i.e. Teams in this case) does not even use it.
Also noticed same thing on the XBox One, date and time formats go with the country/language selected, no Settings app section for date/time formats. The thing is I always prefer my computers (or XBox or phone) to be in English but use a date format which is not as confusing as US date (why would anyone put months before days and then years MM/DD/YYYY instead of a logical DD/MM/YYYY or YYYY/MM/DD. Also, English US doesn't let someone use 24h clock but only 12h with AM/PM.