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TinyElephant
Helper III
Helper III

Date format of stacked column chart visual

Hello,

It sounds too basic but why does the date format change to MM/DD/YYYY even when I have changed the data format? My region setting is English (India). I want to see it in date-month-year format.

 

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TinyElephant
Helper III
Helper III

Thanks for the quick response. Apparently, the first date format (highlighted in yellow) does not work. I used the other marked one and it's fine now. Thanks.

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TinyElephant
Helper III
Helper III

Thanks for the quick response. Apparently, the first date format (highlighted in yellow) does not work. I used the other marked one and it's fine now. Thanks.

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tevisyauw
Helper I
Helper I

I don't know if it worked on you, but i just try on 1 on my table 

1. add new column

2. newDateformat = FORMAT(table[Date],"dd-MM-yyyy")

3. I add it on legend and it read as 01-Jan-2022

 

my region setting is English (United States)

amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@TinyElephant , I tried on the latest version of power bi and it follow the format on legend

 

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