Setting your time and date preferences

To set your Workast date and time preferences:

1

Click over your name in the top left-hand corner of the web app.

2

Select "Preferences" - this will open a new tab with your user preferences screen.

Setting your time and date preferences

Under the "Date and Time" heading, you can adjust the following settings:

- Timezone

- Date format

- Time format

- Start of the week

After completing your preference changes, you can close the tab.

Timezone

Your timezone should be set automatically based on your Slack preferences, but it can be adjusted. To adjust it:

1

Click on the X to clear the entry, then enter the nearest major city or time zone into the text box.  

2

A list of time zones will populate based on your entry - select the correct time zone.  

3

A confirmation will appear that your setting has successfully been updated.

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Date format

1

To adjust the date format between month/day/year (M/D/Y) and day/month/year (D/M/Y), click on the arrow next to your current date format selection. A drop-down with options will appear.

2

Click on your desired date format selection.

3

A confirmation will appear that your setting has been successfully updated.

Time formatting

1

To adjust the time format between the 12-hour clock and the 24-hour clock, click on the arrow next to your current time format selection. A drop-down with options will appear.

2

Click on your preferred time format.

3

A confirmation will appear that your setting has been successfully updated.

Starting the week

1

To update your week start day between Sunday and Monday, click on the arrow next to your current week start day selection. A drop-down with options will appear.

2

Click on your preferred week start day.

3

A confirmation will appear that your setting has been successfully changed.

Please note - adjusting the start of the week setting to Monday will adjust the calendar when you are setting a due date for a task, but will not amend the main calendar appearance, nor the appearance of the calendar view in spaces.

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