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Get Time stamp in Confluence Table Transformer from Jira

I am trying to get the time stamp of issue "Created" field. In  JIRA i can see the field "Created" as "01/Jan/2022" and when i hover over the field i can see "01/Jan/2022 10:05 PM"

I would like to get the time stamp "01/01/2022 10:05 PM" in my table transformer so that i can calculate the difference between two timestamps.

Kindly help me how i can get the time stamp,

What i tried is, in table transformer - i set the date format as dd/M/y HH:mm , but in the table transformer view i can see the value as Jan 11,2023. I did anyway try getting the time difference using DateDiff , and i get 0, basically zero days. But i would need the time differnce.

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Hi @Asjadazeez,

The Table Transformer macro works with the data coming from the Jira Issues macro.
So, unwrap your Jira Issues macro, publish the page and check the date format that was pulled from Jira.

For me it's, for example, Jan 09, 2023 (depends on your instance settings, language, etc.) without any hours and minutes. There are no any hints while hovering my mouse as well.
And in Jira itself I indeed see the full date format with a time stamp.

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