This action will automatically add date/time interval to a date and log it to your file.

Fields

  1. Name - By default, it is prefilled by the name of the action. You can change it based on your preferred action name.

  2. Base Date - The original date you want to add the date/time interval.

Values to Add

  1. Year(s) - The number of years you want to add to your base date.

  2. Month(s) - The number of months you want to add to your base date.

  3. Day(s) - The number of days you want to add to your base date.

  4. Hour(s) - The number of days you want to add to your base date.

  5. Minute(s) - The number of minutes you want to add to your base date.

  6. Second(s) - The number of seconds you want to add to your base date.

Demonstration on how to use it in a flow

  1. Drag and drop Current Date Time into the flow.

  2. Click the gear icon to open its settings.

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  3. The Name section is pre-filled by the action name but you can configure this section according to your preference.

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  4. In the Base Date field, you select the original date that you want to add date/time interval.

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  5. For the rest of the Values to Add fields, input the number of years, months, days, hours, minutes, and seconds you want to add to the Base Date.

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Result

Upon executing the flow, this action will automatically add date/time interval to your current date and log it to your file.

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