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I am pulling dates in through an API and it is coming through formatted as above. After looking online I believe the "Z" is stating the date is in UTC and the T is simply a barrier between the date and time. Now what would be the best way to convert this to a date time string in EST?
I tried the simple "DateTime" icon converter but I believe the T and Z are confusing it.
I tried creating my own Regex to convert this to a string and then thought I'd use the DateTimeToLocal() command to get to the datetime I want. Below is my Regex. Would it be easier to just remove the T and Z, convert to datetime and then datetime local?