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Clarification on ISO 8601 DateTimes
Tags: rest api
Sep 23, 2020 at 8:10am   •   1 replies  •  0 likes
Jesse Merriman

I am scratching my head over the wording of this instruction in the API docs for Call Logs.

The end datetime for resulting records in (ISO 8601)[] format including timezone, for example 2016-03-10T18:07:52.534Z

What does it mean, "including timezone" ?? I am using the C# SDK and this is confusing to me.

Are we supposed to include the timezone offset? (-04:00)

If that's the case, the provided example isnt helpful at all

1 Answer
answered on Sep 23, 2020 at 2:23pm  

Our time is in UTC. So it simply means that all activities from different time zones will be converted to UTC time. When consuming the data, you can convert it back to the your local time zone like your case -04.


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