how to know the time of year one thread posted in this forum?

i can just find the time of 'month','day','hour','minute' of the thread it posted,but can't get the 'year' time.

for example threads only tell us " Jun 29 at 05:47 AM" without year

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Thomas Schlegel Community Champion Jul 26, 2012

Hi,

If the date is from the last year, the year is shown (look at https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/11422/cannot-retrieve-issues-from-jira-via-soap-api for example)

Cheers

Thomas

Thats pretty simple: if the post is not older than 1 year no year is shown. As soon the post is 1 year old the year is added. So if you see something (now) like 11. october, you know its the october of the last year. When reaching the 11. october it will say 11. october 2011.

Thomas Schlegel Community Champion Jul 26, 2012

not really, I think the year is shown, if it is not the actual year. Look at posts from November 2011, for example https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/12640/is-there-a-way-in-4-0-to-batch-import-word-documents-as-pages . The year is shown, although it is not yet November 2012.

Oh yes ... you are totally right. Hmm strange... I could swear I've seen Okt 18 or something like that (in this year)

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