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Trello: How do I change the due date time format to 24h?

When setting a due date, the time is displayed in the 12h format (i.e. using AM and PM; shown in screenshot). How do I change this to the 24h format?

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Alexis Robert Community Leader Sep 14, 2018

Hi @fmjansen

 

you can have the time displayed as 24h format by changing the language from English (US) to English (UK). This will also change the way dates are displayed, but if you're fine with that it will achieve what you want.

 

Let me know if this helps, 

 

--Alexis

Ooh, even better! I didn’t even notice the date format before, but this is what I wanted. Thanks!

I have Russian set as my language, but the time is in 12h format. We use 24h format. Please change the time format for Russian to 24h or allow to customize the time/date format.

It seems a bit inflexible not being able to change the date format independently of the language. I'm sure there are plenty of US English people who'd prefer a yyyy-mm-dd date format, or Danish people who'd prefer the first day of the week being Monday.

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Changed to UK and still 12h format

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