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pkumarsharma
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POWER BI Query Importing incorrect date

Hi All, My first post, so apologies if this has been already asked, but i could not find a solution to this.

 

In my sharepoint list the dates are correct 

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but when imported they are imported to my power query they are a day behind with time attached to it.

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I have seen post to manually add a column to reduce it by one day but I have many many tables and each has date column so its too much.

 

Why is it behaving in such way. 

Please advise.

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ppm1
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It does that because your SharePoint dates are coming in as UTC. You can bring them in as datetimezone to start/confirm and then convert them in added steps from there.

 

Pat

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