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First question ever! help on date format

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August 8, 2023

Hello to you all! I am trying to create two cards:

current date of the week, number and month (TOMORROW). I believe I can write this down: {date~dddd, MMMM Do YYYY}. But I was hoping I could say the day in spanish (Lunes, instead of Monday, etc)... Days of the week are: lunes, martes, miércoles, jueves, viernes, sábado, domingo 

next day and the otherone showing the date of the week, number and month (TOMORROW). I have no idea how to do this.

I have no programation skills whatsoever, and this is my first question on a blog, so please be kind :)

Thanks for your help,


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Halyna Kudlak _SaaSJet_
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August 8, 2023

Hi Agus,

Here is how you can create two cards that show the day of the week and date in Spanish for tomorrow:

Card 1: {now()+86400000|date(dddd)|uppercase|replace(Monday=lunes,Tuesday=martes,Wednesday=miércoles,Thursday=jueves,Friday=viernes,Saturday=sábado,Sunday=domingo)}

This will show the day of the week in Spanish for tomorrow's date.

Card 2:
{now()+86400000|date(d MMMM yyyy)}

This will show tomorrow's date in the format "10 agosto 2023".

So in summary:

Card 1 will show the Spanish day name (e.g. "miércoles") Card 2 will show the date in Spanish format (e.g. "10 agosto 2023")

Both cards are using the {now()+86400000} syntax to get tomorrow's date, and then formatting that date in different ways.

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