We have a Scenario that receives a time that is coming as UTC. We use that data to send an email to let some users know that there is a new meeting. However, the time is in UTC and I need to convert it to a timezone.
FormatDate does not do the job because our Make Timezone is set to Jerusalem/Asia, so if I try to convert the date I received to Jerusalem/Asia, it is basically the same time. I need something that I can say convert this data from UTC to Asia/Jerusalem.
The date is coming from Monday.com triggered by a webhook when the date changes in Monday.
I guess that if I change Make.com region to have my account as UTC then formatDate would do the job, but that will screw up all other timestamps…
as far as I know there is no convertion of the time zone. In one of my scenarios I had a simliar issue.
So i added the need hours to the timestamp with
This is exactly how we solved a previous issue. The problem is of course daylight savings… I am trying to avoid having to update the added hours with each DST change.
I am looking for something like this if Make/Monday cannot provide a solution:
I just solved it using this:
You add a HTTPS module doing a POST with the application/jason using the date and time, original tz (UTC) and the destination tz (Asia/Jerusalem). Then the results need to be formated back, but it worked.
Hello @VIZO-O and welcome to the community ,
Just wanted to jump in and congratulate you on solving this one with @guuyef’s help. I’m glad to see that you got the ball rolling.
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