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Formula to change date format




I am importing a date/time field from another application. Its format is


How can I convert this to 14 April 2022 using a formula?

I get as far as Left([@field:EventDateTime],10)  (resulting in 2022-04-14) but can't figure out how to proceed from here,

Many thanks!

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I have also faced a similar issue, but I wanted to get the date into a more usable format, here I am using UK format, but you can move the day and month around - 

Day / Month / Year

RIGHT(LEFT(CONVERT(VARCHAR, [@field:JobDate], 120), 10),2)

+ '/' + RIGHT(LEFT(LEFT(CONVERT(VARCHAR, [@field:JobDate], 120), 10),7),2)

+ '/' +LEFT(LEFT(CONVERT(VARCHAR, [@field:JobDate], 120), 10),4)


Hopefully this helps getting the date formatted within a formula field outside a datapage. 

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