View custom date time formats

Previews a local webpage copy of Unicode Technical Standard #35 for Locale Data Markup Language, letting you see all the custom date format strings you can use in Shortcuts.

Actions Used

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Text
Passes the specified text to the next action.
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Set Name
Sets the name of the item passed as input.
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Quick Look
Displays a preview of the input.
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Stop and Output
Stops execution of the current shortcut, and outputs content. This action is useful when: • Running a shortcut from another shortcut (using the Run Shortcut action). The output will be used as the output of the Run Shortcut action. • Running a shortcut from Quick Actions in Finder on macOS. The output will be saved as a file alongside the files selected in Finder. • Running a shortcut from Services on macOS. The output will replace the selected content, if applicable. • Or, when running a shortcut from another location that supports output, like the command-line or the Shortcuts URL scheme. No more actions will be run after this action.

Extra Details

Run Shortcut deep link
shortcuts://run-shortcut?name=View%20custom%20date%20time%20formats
Open Shortcut deep link
shortcuts://open-shortcut?name=View%20custom%20date%20time%20formats
AppleScript code
tell application “Shortcuts Events” run shortcut “View custom date time formats” end tell

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