Aug 19 2020 02:18 AM - edited Aug 19 2020 02:21 AM
Aug 31 2020 08:49 AM
Aug 31 2020 09:14 AM - edited Aug 31 2020 09:16 AM
@lathomason I use the following script:
;CMD Short Date and Time
FormatTime, Shorttime, YYYYMMDDHH24MISS, yyy.MM.dd HH:mm
when I type qqdt, I get 2020.08.31 12:14
You can edit the date and time format to suit your preferences. I like it in a way that is easy to sort alphabetically when naming files.
Sep 08 2020 06:00 AM
@GG2020- Hi that's great - any way you can explain that in non IT terms. I have never added a script before - please could you help?
Sep 08 2020 06:10 AMSolution
Nov 04 2020 11:47 AM
@GG2020- Hi - I finally got round to doing this and it works! Thank you so much!! Just wondered if I could ask for one more nugget of your scriptwriting abilities - if I wanted to add my Initials to the end of the date to the script, what would I need to add to your current script to enable that? Thank you in advance
Feb 18 2021 02:23 PM
It would be nice if this was done Automatically anytime a new note was added by a user and include the "Initials" if on a shared list. This feature is available on other similar applications such as Todoist which is very handy.