I am thinking of creating a user macro. I've been searching and I've seen in the codes quite a lot
I've tried to output that and it seems to get the current date and time. Question is how do i display it in a an acceptable format like "MMM DD YYYY HH:mm:ss"
Also, i think this works but more like a clock. - $content.currentDate
Is there a way for me to make it function like a date and time stamp?
That is by using the metadata correct? It is also ok to print that. But what my user wants is something that does not update everytime the page is updated.
This is so that you can just placed it after reviewed by >Insert User< last >Date Stamp Macro<
and then the next user can add another one.
reviewed by >Insert User< last >Date Stamp Macro<
such that the macros display the last time they review it or updated the document and not just the latest data.
You can use the dateFormatter's formatGivenString() method to specify a format:
There are also other methods you can use. Here's the API docs on it:
Actually, I'm already fine with $content.currentDate. It gives a complete Date and Time output. The thing is, everytime I refresh the page, so does its value.
What i need is a Date Stamp. Such that once I add it up, it becomes a static content on the page.
Is it possible with User Macros?
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