I'm looking for a way to create a custom date format as DD/MMM/YYYY
but right now Power BI only supports DD/MMM/YY.
If you need to use this in the query editor (e.g., you have additional data transformation to do with it), you can use Date.ToText(). For example, a custom column with this formula
= Date.ToText([DateColumn], "dd/MMM/yyyy")
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Hi @dominicpowerbi ,
You can achieve the DD/MMM/YYYY format by creating a new column with below DAX:
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@dominicpowerbi - There are custom date formats in the FORMAT function,
Also, you can do custom formatting using Custom Format Strings:
This is how Chelsie Eiden's Duration works: https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Quick-Measures-Gallery/Chelsie-Eiden-s-Duration/m-p/793639#M389
@dominicpowerbi , refer one in model view can help
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