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{monthnumber} variable for August showing as "7" instead of "8"

Is anyone else experiencing this?

Comments including the variable {weekdayname+2wd}, {monthnumber}/{monthdaynumber+2wd} that were made today, 7/29, are showing up as "Tuesday, 7/2"



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Hi @Eric _C_ SIrianni ! {monthnumber} will give you the current month number. So if the date is July 29th, it's expected that {monthnumber} will return "7". 

Have a look at

If you're wanting to return a date that's 2 working days from today, your variable would be {date+2wd}. You can then format your variable if you want it to display as "dddd, M/D".

Thanks so much @Hannah Morgan ! I went with {monthnumber+2wd} and we're good to go. 


Really appreciate your always helpful responses 🙌

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