This function returns the date part of any given timestamp.
datePart(timestamp, timeZone) #Output: Number
This example returns the issue creation date, e.g. March 25th, 2020 00:00 as a number in milliseconds.
If the creation date was March 25th, 2020 23:15 the output would be March 25th, 2020 00:00 (in milliseconds).
The time part 23:15 will be removed from the timestamp and will be set to 00:00.
Parameters used in this function
|Parameter||Input (data type)||Description|
|The parameter must be valid timestamp. Usually this value is retrieved from a field (e.g. due date, created date).|
The time zone used for the calculation.
This function returns a NUMBER representing a timestamp
If you need the time part instead, you might want to have a look at the function timePart().
Use cases and examples
|Use case||JWT feature||Workflow function||Field type||Automated action||Parser functions|
|Set a date on the same week day on alternate weeks||addDays() nextDayOfTheWeek() modulus() weekOfTheYear() datePart()|
|Add comment after seven days in the same status|
|Check if an issue was resolved on time||Text||datePart()|