Regional Settings refers to how language and time are displayed on SharePoint and other apps. You can modify these settings with your preferred language, time zone, date format, and time format.  Once modified, ShortPoint design elements, such as Events, will display according to your preferences.

Note: Altering your regional settings does not affect any other users in your organization.

There are two ways to make this change: in Delve and in the Account Settings.


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Option 1. In Delve

Note: You can go with this step if you have a Delve profile set up in your organization.
If you do not have a Delve profile, please use Option 2 of this article.


Step 1: Go to SharePoint Account Manager


In the top right corner of your navigation bar, click the account manager icon. It usually appears with your profile picture if you uploaded one. In other cases, it appears with your initials.



Step 2: Select "My Office Profile"


Regional settings can be modified from your Delve profile page. 

Please click My Office profile:



Step 3: Navigate to Settings


Access the settings pane by clicking the settings cogwheel in the Suite Bar.



Step 4: Modify Language and Time Options


Select View all under the Language and time zone section.



Choose your preferences from the drop-down options and hit Save.



Option 2: In the Account Settings

Note: These are the steps to follow when you do not have a Delve profile set.


Step 1: Go to SharePoint Account Manager


In the top right corner of your navigation bar, click the account manager icon. It usually appears with your profile picture if you uploaded one. In other cases, it appears with your initials.



Step 2: Select "My Account"


This will allow you to change your regional settings from the My Account page.

Please click My account:



Step 3: Navigate to Settings


Click the settings cogwheel in the Suite Bar which will open the settings pane.



Step 4: Modify Language and Time Options


Choose your preferences from the drop-down options and hit Save.



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