03-19-2019 04:08 PM
03-19-2019 04:08 PM
The date format in MS Teams Planner tab showing by default as mm/dd/yyyy, however, I need in the dd/mm/yyyy and managed to fix it at user level by changing the default language to English (Australia) as per below steps:
How I can change the language to English (Australia) for all users. Our office 365 hybrid environment.
Thanks for your help.
03-20-2019 12:29 AMSolution
Teams client follows Windows settings in Region & language.
In Windows 10:
04-14-2019 05:45 PM
@Linus CansbyI am interested in it too, both Planner and Files show MM/DD/YYYY format via Teams client (Teams Version 1.2.00.7161 (64-bit). It was last updated on 4/6/19.), but my Country and Region in settings are set correctly. SharePoint Team site also has correct regional settings. Anything else we would be missing?
07-04-2019 05:41 AM
@locaris Please go to the question for this thread, it was in about changing the date in Teams client for the planner tab in Teams. Not changing date format in Planner web app.
If you change the app language in Teams, the date format for the Planner tab in Teams will change. When you start Teams for the first time it will follow the region settings in Windows.
If you want to you can test by changing app language in Teams yourself and you will see that the date format will change if you have a planner tab in Teams.
01-08-2020 10:15 PM
In the teams client, click on your profile picture at top right -> Settings ->General -> Language->
"App language determines the date and time format".
Select an English language other than "English (United States)" such as "English (Australia)"
Click "Save and Restart"
02-06-2020 11:23 PM
@Linus CansbyHi, that is totally weird, because in Windows there is also Regional format setting. I want my user interface in English (US) but dates displayed in my regional format. I thnik Teams should follow this setting for dates and not assume it from the user interface language.
02-07-2020 12:32 AM
@TeamGroupware There is a uservoice that suggests that Teams should follow the regional settings in Windows. Vote for it, it is currently status "On the backlog" so Microsoft is not working with it right now but probably will in the future.
06-22-2020 05:43 PM
why is this still a thing years later? It's such a simple thing. Date formats aren't all the illogical US system in most parts of the world. Why aren't the regional settings pulled from the Desktop system?