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Change Date Format on Windows PC


khocolaterain

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I believe that Evernote Windows uses the time setting that you have chosen in Windows for it's time format.

For instance, here in the UK, I see 14/09/2013 13:26 when I add the date/time.

You should be able to change this in the control panel:

Control Panel --> Clock, Language and Region --> Change Date, Time or number formats

I believe that EN uses the Short Date and Short Time, but you can change the region that is used for the time formats as a whole also.

Scott

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Evernote does not apply the same date format as selected in Windows.

Is Evernote going to rectify this or are we going to be stuck with this date format mm/dd/yyyy?

Why can't we chose an English language option instead of US English? 

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(win7) In Control Panel, Region and Language, Formats. I changed the short date format (while Evernote was shutdown), and the new date format was properly shown when I restarted it. (If I change it while EN is running, the note list updated but the current note didn't until I changed notes).

If you're having an issue with a particular date, please let us know.

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(win7) In Control Panel, Region and Language, Formats. I changed the short date format (while Evernote was shutdown), and the new date format was properly shown when I restarted it. (If I change it while EN is running, the note list updated but the current note didn't until I changed notes).

If you're having an issue with a particular date, please let us know.

 

Confirming that worked for me. I changed the Windows short date format from MM/dd/yyyy to yyyy-MM-dd. When I re-opened Evernote, the dates reflected my change.

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