which will insert this into the text field of the Set Variable Action: %ICUDateTimePlus%3*7%Days%EEE, MMM d, yyyy h:mm%
One trick is knowing how to use a KM Variable in this formula.
Like any formula you just use the Variable Name, without the "%".
So, replace "3*7" with "my_KM_Variable_name" %ICUDateTimePlus%my_KM_Variable_name%Days%EEE, MMM d, yyyy h:mm%
Since the Variable I used in the below macro is named "DAT__Days", it results in: %ICUDateTimePlus%DAT__Days%Days%EEE, MMM d, yyyy h:mm%
Please let us know if you have any further questions.
###MACRO: @Date Add Time to Current Date @Example
~~~ VER: 1.0 2017-06-09 ~~~
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**Note: This Macro was uploaded in a DISABLED state. You must enable before it can be triggered.**
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Wow, that made my head spin.
I’m really not that techy, but I will try to sit down and take a look at it again in a bit.
Right now I am up to my eyeballs trying to setup something else up for my wife’s Amazon Fire TV Stick.
Ok, so I tweaked what you gave me and got something very close to what I want it to do.
I want to enter the new date into a text field in MM/DD/YY format.
The result that I'm getting when I add 3 days to today's date (being 06/09/17) is 06/163/17 rather than 06/12/17.
Great! Glad you figured it out. The KM Wiki is really a great resource.
Just so you know, anywhere in the KM Editor menus for things like tokens, functions, actions, etc, you can hold down the OPTION key while showing the menu, and it will transform into links to Wiki Help articles. Also, in the Gear Menu for Actions, there is a Help item.