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Smart date parsing is one day off
When I type "ev year jan 15" which I assume it will be on january 15th, it converts it to a recurring date on january 14th. This happened multiple times.
Hey jorgb,

Could you please tell us your TickTick version number and the system version of the devices you are using?
It would be more helpful for us to locate the issue if you can specify the case,
provide us some screenshots, clips or some detailed operation steps via support@ticktick.com with this link attached.

Thanks so much.

PS: You can blur out your lists and tasks for privacy.
Hi David, it is sent. Called "One day off bug"
Was this resolved? If so, how. I randomly have the same problem and can't rely on the accuracy of the parsing. I have to double-check the scheduled date to make sure it's the correct date and not a day earlier.
Not for me, I believe this is still a timezone bug, it might have to do when adding tasks in the afternoon or evening that it sends it one day off.
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