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How do I change the date format in QB online to show DD/MM/YYYY?

Currently, we use the US version of QB online which shows how we write date in the US (Month/Date/Year).  It is possible to change the dates to show either DD/MM/YYYY or just spelled out like November 25, 2020 or 25 November, 2020?  

 

We have operations in parts of Asia and this gets very confusing.  

 

 

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How do I change the date format in QB online to show DD/MM/YYYY?

I've got here the steps in changing the date format in QuickBooks Online, rudzinskin.

 

Here's how:

  1. Go to the Gear icon and then select Accounts and Settings.
  2. Choose the Advanced tab.
  3. Scroll down to the bottom, then select Other preferences.
  4. Click the pencil icon beside Date format.
  5. On the Date format drop-down arrow, select dd/MM/yyyy.
  6. Select Save, then Done.

 

For your visual reference, I've attached some screenshots below.

 

Additionally, I've included an article that'll help you track your sales, purchases, and profitability by business location. This is to ensure your data is categorized from different locations: Set up and Use Location Tracking.

 

Get in touch with us if you have additional questions or concerns. Doing so helps us ensure everything is taken care of.

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QuickBooks Team

How do I change the date format in QB online to show DD/MM/YYYY?

I've got here the steps in changing the date format in QuickBooks Online, rudzinskin.

 

Here's how:

  1. Go to the Gear icon and then select Accounts and Settings.
  2. Choose the Advanced tab.
  3. Scroll down to the bottom, then select Other preferences.
  4. Click the pencil icon beside Date format.
  5. On the Date format drop-down arrow, select dd/MM/yyyy.
  6. Select Save, then Done.

 

For your visual reference, I've attached some screenshots below.

 

Additionally, I've included an article that'll help you track your sales, purchases, and profitability by business location. This is to ensure your data is categorized from different locations: Set up and Use Location Tracking.

 

Get in touch with us if you have additional questions or concerns. Doing so helps us ensure everything is taken care of.

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Level 1

How do I change the date format in QB online to show DD/MM/YYYY?

Thank you so much. It worked! 

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