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Is it possible to convert string into date/time from Jira Automation?

I'm trying to write an automation that parses a string with a date like

'd/m/yy, h:mmam/pm'

e.g. 5-1-23, 8:00am

Is this possible with Jira automation and the smart values and functions available?

 

Thanks!

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Bill Sheboy
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May 09, 2023

Hi @James Duffy 

Yes, and you can use the toDate conversion on the field, such as:

{{issue.myField.toDate}}

Try using the jiraDateTime or jqlDateTime formats, as defined in the documentation.  When needed, also convert to your time zone to enforce the desired value.

Kind regards,
Bill

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