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## Time format m:ss

Hi,

Do you know if I can use something like time(Time#(traveltime,'s'),'m:ss')) so the result of an expression is shown in minutes:seconds instead of as a decimal number?

I thought I had use something like that successfully in other occasions, but now for some reason every time I try to do the conversion I get a zero as a result.

My expression is currently looking like this:

So the result is 7.3. I'd like to see something like 7:20.

Thanks much.

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MVP

How are you converting 7.3 to 7:20? Do you may be need 7:18? If yes, you can try this

=Interval(7.3/(60*24), 'm:ss')

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MVP

How are you converting 7.3 to 7:20? Do you may be need 7:18? If yes, you can try this

=Interval(7.3/(60*24), 'm:ss')

Partner - Specialist
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First of all, yes, I was referring to 7:18, to the m:ss format, in any case.

And I like a lot the use of the Interval function as you propose it. Easy to add it and works great. Appreciated.