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Convert UTC datetime to local time zones in Power Query
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  1. Venkatesh Nara says:

    Ruth, I too have the same question. will it work the same way on Power BI Service Apps where users will be login from Different Time zones across the country. Can you please clarify it?

  2. Faryal Shahabuddin says:

    Hi Ruth! I have used some of your tricks with TimeZone and relative Date but unfortunately I am not having a break through. Can you please have a look.

    Its been really more than 4 weeks, I am trying to solve this but Power BI Services is displaying the wrong data even after conversion in UTC Time Zone

    I have a report with data sources Excel Online (SharePoint Site) and Outlook Calendar.

    The following formulas are working perfectly on Desktop App and My Workspace on Power Bi Services.

    Local Time (In Power Query)

    =DateTimeZone.RemoveZone(DateTimeZone.ToLocal(DateTime.AddZone(DateTime.From([Start])+#duration(0,+14,0,0),0)))

    Relative Week (In Data-Power BI Desktop)

    = IF(DATEDIFF(TODAY(), 'EER Calendar Date Table'[Local Time],DAY) in GENERATESERIES(0, 30, 1), 1, 0)

    However, when I am publishing the report on Organisational Power BI service. It is showing the wrong data. i.e. The Decisions for Friday are showing as Thursdays and Monday's are shown as Sunday. The following image is directly form the report. Also, I have deselected in the Filter for this Visual.

    Can someone please help.

    Thanks in Advance

    Faryal.

  3. saurav sinha says:

    I have a question i have global country name in a column and Work order created & time and wish to convert date and time from UTC to the respective country as a fixed not selectable . What to do ?

  4. MIRA says:

    Hello Curbal – user sin a powerapp with EST regional settings are entering webinar dates/times in their local times zones and the Sharepoint list automatically updates that data in USA Eastern Time Zone. I have created a calendar view of the data in Power BI. The powerquery show the time sin UTC automatically so i just formatted that column to date/time/zone. Then I added a column for changing date from UTC to local and then another to remove the timezone. I use that last column in the calendar. All users no matter where they are now see my local time on their calendar. how can i fix that? I have researched, looked, at some many places and i am scratching my head.

  5. Farago Roland says:

    This does not work. For some reason for a week or so PBI is converting the DateTime columns automatically to our local time. But once you publish the report and refresh it once and you refresh your browser as well, everything is converted back to UTC which has no sense. Even when you do the method Ruth is showing in the video, the Time is set back to UTC. The only method I managed to change the time is to add the TimeZone offset with the TIme function to the DateTime column, which in PBI Desktop will show the wrong Time , but once it is published it shows the correct one…
    I think PBI really struggles handeling the Timezones.

  6. BigRedFishDad says:

    another great video… I had UTC time stored already and I am trying to do an hourly report. I tried several of these to convert but they just kept giving me the –06:00 at the end and then when I changed to DateTime it showed the same time. This worked perfectly for me and I know have 8:00 am times instead of 2pm!!!!

  7. Alan Mercier says:

    This can be done a little simpler with the Power BI Desktop GUI also accounting for DST.
    1. In Power Query select all of your DateTime columns. Format those as DateTimeZone.
    2. With those columns still selected, Select Time and Local Time under the transform Column.
    3. Again with those columns selected Format those back to DateTime. (we do this for Time Intelligence. In my experience, if you miss this step it breaks your relationship to a Date Calendar.)

  8. Sandhya K says:

    Hi everyone , I am trying to display user local timezone dynamically in powerbi service. User timezone must be shown as Refreshed On:. Any inputs or thoughts on this please. I am able to implement it in power bi desktop not on service.

  9. Christopher English says:

    This is some code I used which switches Pacific (PST or PDT) to Eastern:

    let
    Source = … … … "Retrieved",
    #"Changed Type" = Table.TransformColumnTypes(Source,{{"Retrieved", type datetimezone}}),
    #"Added Custom" = Table.AddColumn(#"Changed Type", "Eastern Time Retrieved", each DateTimeZone.SwitchZone([Retrieved],DateTimeZone.ZoneHours([Retrieved])+3)),

    #"Removed Columns" = Table.RemoveColumns(#"Added Custom",{"Retrieved"}),

    #"Changed Type1" = Table.TransformColumnTypes(#"Removed Columns",{{"Eastern Time Retrieved", type datetimezone}})

    in

    #"Changed Type1"

  10. Rishabh Sahni says:

    Hi Ruth,

    I tried this but when i published the report. Local timezone is coming as per my local. I.e. showing IST time everywhere. I want to show this time as per the user timezone who is accessing the report. Any way for that?

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