Time format

Updated 7 months ago by Leigh Hutchens

All times and dates that are displayed in Quinyx are formatted according to the language that you have selected, except for time input fields, e.g. fields where you enter a start and end time.

The format of these fields, i.e. if times are shown in 24-hour format or with AM/PM, is determined by the date and time format settings in your operating system (e.g. Windows or Mac OS).

Change date and time format in Windows 10

On Windows 10, you can change the time format under Settings > Time & Language > Region > Change data formats. Settings → Time & Language → Region → Change data formats. Change the time format under Short time and Long time to your desired format. Restart your browser. Now the time input fields in Neo should display according to your preferences.

If you're using Windows 10, if the time displays incorrectly in Quinyx after you have changed the settings in your operating system, ensure that your web browser has the correct language set as well. For example, if you are a Swedish company working with a 24-hour clock but times are displaying as AM/PM in Quinyx, check your browser to ensure the correct language and time settings match your operating system.

Change date and time format in Mac OS

In Mac OS, the time format is determined by a combination of the chosen Preferred language and the selection under "Time format: 24-Hour Time" under Settings → Language & Region. First, you must select a region which has your desired time format as standard, and secondly, you must ensure that "Time format: 24-Hour Time" is checked or unchecked according to your preference.

If you're using a Mac OS, if the time displays incorrectly in Quinyx after you have changed the settings in your operating system, ensure that your web browser has the correct language set as well. For example, if you are a Swedish company working with a 24-hour clock but times are displaying as AM/PM in Quinyx, check your browser to ensure the correct language and time settings match your operating system.
Read more about time settings here.


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