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The schedule of dataset' refresh confuse AM/PM and 24 hours.

In dataset's refresh , schedule unit use AM/PM and 24 hour unit.


In Next schedule, and In Refresh histories, 24 hour unit used like "May 12 2016 00:30:00 GMT +0900".

In Refresh schedule setting, AM/PM used like "12:30 AM".




"01:00 AM" = "01:00:00".

"12:30 AM" = "00:30:00".


Yoshihiro Kawabata




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Continued Contributor
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I'm not sure I understand how this counts as "confusing"?


When you set the refresh schedule, it's a 12 hour format and when you look at when the next refresh is, it just converts whatever time you set into military time (24 hour format). They are the same times either way, just different formats.


Are you suggesting that it should be implemented in a uniform format or at least offer the option to choose between 12 hour and 24 hour formats? If so, you should post it up on the Power BI Ideas forum.

Hi, @wonga


I hope a uniform format of time.


and I will post this idea to the Power BI Ideas forum.

Now. I used all my votes.
"You've used all your votes and won't be able to post a new idea, but you can still search and comment on existing ideas".


Yoshihiro Kawabata

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