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Overview

Before you Start

Configuring Date and Time Settings in VIDIZMO

Email Date Format

Email Date & Time Format

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Overview

In order to maintain a thorough log of all users and system activities within the application via email alerts and standardize those records for further organizational use, VIDIZMO allows you to set a standard date and time format to be replicated in all alerts generated via email.


VIDIZMO allows you to configure Date and Time settings using Application Configuration keys via Control Panel in your Portal. Here is how you can do this:


Before you Start

To understand certain prerequisites, considerations and steps in order to configure application configuration keys, see: How to Update Application Configuration Keys in VIDIZMO


Configuring Date and Time Settings in VIDIZMO

You can configure the following in Date and Time section of Application Configuration:


Note: As the default language of the system is changed, the format would be updated respectively. For example, if the default language of the portal has been set to français, then the April/4/2019 would display the same date as Avril/4/19.  


Email Date Format 

You can set the Default Date format used by VIDIZMO. Application displays date with various records such as comments or user joined date that are formatted using this configuration key. In case of language enforced, the format changes appropriately. 

Few examples of the format are: 
MM/DD/YYYY would display the date as 10/4/2019 
MMM/DD/YY would display the date as April/4/19 


Email Date Time Format 

You can set the Default Date and Time format used by VIDIZMO. Application displays date with various records such as comments, user joined date etc. that are formatted using this configuration key. In case of language enforced, the format changes appropriately. EmailDateTimeFormat also updates the format with respect to the language set in the application. 


Few examples of the format are: 

MM/DD/YYYY HH:mm:ss would display the date as 10/4/2019 00:23:55 
MMM/DD/YY kk:mm:ss  would display the date as April/4/19 24:12:33


An exhaustive list of all possible formats are as follows: 


Input 

Example 

Description 

H HH 

0..23 

Hours (24 hour time) 

h hh 

1..12 

Hours (12 hour time used with a A.) 

k kk 

1..24 

Hours (24 hour time from 1 to 24) 

a A 

am pm 

Post or ante meridiem (Note the one character a p are also considered valid) 

m mm 

0..59 

Minutes 

s ss 

0..59 

Seconds 

S SS SSS 

0..999 

Fractional seconds 

Z ZZ 

+12:00 

Offset from UTC as +-HH:mm+-HHmm, or Z 



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