Power Query Date [With 31 real examples]

In this Power BI Tutorial, we will learn about Power Query date with a few real examples. Here are a few power query date examples:

  • Power BI how to use power query current date
  • Power BI how to use power query get year from date
  • Power BI how to use power query get month from date
  • Power Query date minus x days
  • Power query date minus 1 day
  • Power query date minus 1 month
  • Power query date minus 1 year
  • Power Query date from text format
  • Power query date between
  • Power query date from year, month, day
  • Power query date add months
  • Power query date add years
  • Power query date after today
  • Power query date as text
  • Power query date as number
  • Power query date add weeks
  • Power query date and time
  • Power query date add time
  • Power query max date by group
  • Power query date in months
  • Power query date comparison
  • Power BI how to use power query group by month
  • Power query date day of week
  • Power query date difference years
  • Power query date difference in weeks
  • Power query date end of month
  • Power query date end of year
  • Power query date equals today
  • Power query date.endof week
  • Power query date end of last month
  • Power query get date from date time
  • Power query date from week number

If you are new to Power query, check out, Power Query Examples [25 Useful examples] and Create table using Power Query in Power BI.

Power query current date

Here will see how to get the current date or today’s date using the Power Query editor in Power BI.

To get the current date in the Power query editor we will use the DateTime.LocalNow().

  • In Power Query Editor go to Add column tab -> select the Custom column from the ribbon.
  • Then Custom column window will open, and then provide the column name and then write the below formula:
DateTime.LocalNow()
Power BI  how to use power query current date
power query current date
  • Now you can see the current date and time in the column. Change the data type of the column to Date.
Power BI  how to use power query today's date
Power BI how to use power query today’s date

This is an example of Power BI how to use power query current date.

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Power BI how to use power query get the year from date

Here we will see how to get the year from date using the Power Query editor in Power BI.

For this example, we will use the below table, to extract the year from the date column by using the M query function i.e. Date.Year().

Power BI how to use power query get the year from date
Power BI how to use power query get the year from date

To extract the year from the date column, follow the below steps:

  • In the Power Query editor, go to the Add column tab-> then select the Custom column from the ribbon.
how to use power query get the year from date
how to use power query get the year from date
  • Now Custom column window will open, the provide the column name, and in the formula box, writes the below formula to get the year.
Date.Year([Order Date])
use power query to get the year from date in Power Bi
use power query to get the year from date in Power Bi

Once you click on OK, you can see a new column added to the table with the Year value extracted from the Order date column.

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use power query to get the year from date in Microsoft Power Bi

This is an example of Power BI how to use power query get year from date.

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Power BI how to use power query get month from the date

Here we will see how to use the Power query to get a month from the date in Power BI.

For this example, we will use the below table to get the month from the Order date column using Date.Month().

Power BI how to use power query get the month from date
Power BI how to use power query get the month from the date

To extract the Month from the date column follow the below steps:

  • In the Power Query editor, go to Add column tab-> select the Custom column from the ribbon.
how to use power query get the month from date
how to use power query get the month from the date
  • The custom column window will open, provide the name of the column, and then provide the below formula:
Date.Month([Order Date])
Microsoft Power BI how to use power query get month from the date
Microsoft Power BI how to use power query get month from the date

Once you click on Ok, you can see the new column added to the table has the month number from the order date column.

use power query get month from the date
use power query get month from the date

This is an example of Power BI how to use power query get month from date.

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Power Query date minus x days

Here we will see how to use the Power Query to minus x days from the date.

For this example, we will use the below table, from the Order date column we will subtract 7 days from each date using Date.Add().

Power Query date minus x days
Power Query date minus x days

To subtract 7 days from the date present in the order date column, follow the below steps:

  • In the Power Query editor, go to the Add column tab-> select the Custom column from the ribbon.
Power Query date minus 7 days
Power Query date minus 7 days
  • Then the custom column window will open, provide the name to the column and then write the below formula in the formula box.
Date.AddDays([Order Date], -7)
 date minus 7 days in Power Query
date minus 7 days in Power Query

Once you click on OK, you can see the 7 days are get subtracted from each date present in the order date column.

date minus x days in Power Query
date minus x days in Power Query

This is an example of Power Query date minus x days.

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Power query date minus 1 day

Here we will see how to use the Power Query to minus 1 day from the date.

For this example, we will use the below table and we will subtract 1 day from the order date column.

Power Query date minus 1 day
Power Query date minus 1 day

To subtract 1 day from each date present in the date column, follow the below steps:

  • In the Power Query editor, go to Add column tab -> select the Custom column from the ribbon.
Power Query date minus 1 days
Power Query date minus 1 day
  • Now the custom column window will open, provide the column name and then add the formula to the formula box.
Date.AddDays([Order Date], -1)
date minus 1 day in Power Query
date minus 1 day in Power Query

Once you click on OK, you can see a new column added to the table, having the date value with order date -1.

date minus 1 day in Query editor
date minus 1 day in the Query editor

This is an example of Power Query date minus 1 days.

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Power query date minus 1 month

Here we will see how to subtract 1 month from the date column using the Power query editor.

For example, we will use the below table, to subtract 1 month from each date present in the order date column.

Power query date minus 1 month
Power query date minus 1 month

To subtract 1 month from an order-date column, follow the below steps:

  • In Power Query Editor, go to Add column tab-> select the Custom column from the ribbon.
Power Query date minus 1 month
Power Query date minus 1 month
  • The custom column window will open, provide the column name and below formula to minus 1 month from the order date column.
Date.AddMonths([Order Date], -1)
date minus 1 month in Query editor
date minus 1 month in Query editor

Once you click on Ok, you can see the column is added to the table, having the date value with order-date-1 month.

date minus 1 month in Power Query
date minus 1 month in Power Query

This is an example of a Power query date minus 1 month

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Power query date minus 1 year

Here we will see how to subtract 1 year from the date using the Power Query editor in Power BI.

For this example, we will use the below table and subtract 1 year from the date using the Date.AddYears().

Power query date minus 1 year
Power query date minus 1 year

To subtract 1 year from the date column, follow the below steps:

  • In the Power Query editor, -> go to Add column tab-> select the Custom column from the ribbon.
Power query editor date minus 1 year
Power query editor date minus 1 year
  • Now the custom column window will open, then provide the column name and below formula:
Date.AddYears([Order Date], -1)
date minus 1 year using Power query editor
date minus 1 year using Power query editor

Now you can see the column get added to the table and having the value with Order date- 1 year.

date minus 1 year using query editor
date minus 1 year using query editor

This is an example of the Power query date minus 1 year.

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Power Query date from text format

Here we will see how to get dates from text format using the Power query editor.

For example, we will use the below table, in this order date column is in the text format, from this we will retrieve the Date.

Power Query date from text format
Power Query date from text format

To extract the date from the text format column, follow the below steps:

  • In the Power Query editor, go to Add column tab-> select the Custom column from the ribbon.
 Power Query date from text format in Power BI
Power Query date from text format in Power BI
  • Now the custom column window will open, provide the column name, then provide the formula in the formula box:
Date.FromText([Order Date])
date from text format using Power Query
date from text format using Power Query

Next, you see the date extracted from the text column, and then change the data type of the new column from text to Date type.

date from text format using Query Editor
date from text format using Query Editor

This is an example of a Power Query date from text format.

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Power query date between

Here we will see how to calculate days between two dates using the Power Query editor in Power BI.

For this example, we will use the below table to get the number of days between the order date column and the ship date column using the Duration.Days() in Power query editor.

Power query date between
Power query date difference between two column

To get the number of days between two dates, follow the below steps:

  • In Power Query Editor, go to Add column tab-> select the Custom column from the ribbon.
  • Then the Custom column window will open provide the column name and then provide the below formula:
Duration.Days([Ship date]-[Order Date])
power query date between two dates
power query date between two dates

Next, you can see the No. of days column added to the table in Query editor.

Calculate date between two dates in power query
Calculate date between two dates in the power query

This is an example of Power query date between.

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Power query date from the year, month, day

Here we will see how to get dates from the year, month, and day using the Power query editor.

For example, we will use the below table to get the date from the year, month, and day using the Power query editor.

Power query date from the year, month, day
Power query date from the year, month, day

To get the date from the year, month, day using Power Query Editor, follow the below steps

  • In Power Query Editor, go to Add column tab-> select the Custom column from the ribbon.
  • Custom column window will open, and then provide the column name and provide the below formula:
Date.FromText([Order Date])
Power query get date from the year, month, day
Power query get date from the year, month, day

Once you click ok, you can see the column get added to the table with the name Date. Then change the data type to Date from text.

 get date from the year, month, day using Power query
get date from the year, month, day using Power query

This is an example of Power query date from year, month, day.

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Power query date add months

Here we will see how to add months to the date using the Power Query editor in Power BI.

For example, we will use the below month and we will use the ship date column, to add 1 month to each date using Power Query Editor in Power BI.

Power query date add months
Power query date add months

To add months to date using Power query editor, follow the below steps:

  • In Power Query Editor, go to Add column tab-> select the Custom column from the ribbon.
  • The custom column window will open, provide the column name and then add the below formula to the formula box. Click on Ok.
Date.AddMonths([Ship date], 1)
Use Power query to date add months
Use Power query to date add months

Once you click on Ok, you can see the column is added to the table, and change the data type to Date.

add months to date using Power query
add months to date using Power query

This is an example of Power query date add months.

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Power query date add years

Here we will see how to add years to the date using the Power Query editor in Power BI Desktop.

For example, we will use the below table to add 1 year to the ship date column using the Power query editor.

Power query date add year
Power query date add years

To add 1 year to the Date using the Power Query editor, follow the below steps:

  • In Power Query Editor, go to Add column tab-> select the Custom column from the ribbon.
  • The Custom column window will open, provide the column name and add the below formula to the Formula box.
Date.AddYears([Ship date], 1)
add year to date using Power query
add year to date using Power query

Once you click on OK, you can see the new column is added to the table. Then change the data type to date.

using Power query add year to date
using Power query add year to date

This is an example of Power query date add years.

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Power query date after today

Here we will see how to get the date after today using the Power Query editor in Power BI.

For example, today’s date is 29/4/2022 so we will calculate the next day’s date or tomorrow’s date i.e. 30/4/2022. For this follow the below steps:

  • In Power Query Editor, go to Add column tab-> select the Custom column from the ribbon.
  • A custom column window will open, provide the column name as Tomorrow and add the below formula to get the date after today’s date:
Date.AddDays(DateTime.LocalNow(),1)
Power query date after today
Power query date after today
  • Once you click on Ok, you can see a new column added to the table with the date after today. Then change the data type from Any to date
get the date after today using Power query editor
get the date after today using Power query editor

This is an example of Power query date after today.

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Power query date as text

Here we will see how to convert date to text using the Power query editor.

For this example, we will use the below table and convert date to text using Date.ToText () in Power query editor. That means we will convert the data type of the date column into a text data type.

Power query date as text
Power query date as text

To convert date as text using Power query editor, follow the below steps:

  • In Power Query Editor, go to the Add column tab -> select the Custom column from the ribbon.
  • The Custom column window will open, provide the column name and then provide the below formula in the Formula box. Click on Ok.
Date.ToText([Order Date])
Power query convert date as text
Power query convert date as text

Once you click on OK, you can see the new column is added to the table, and the value is converted to text type.

Use Power query convert date as text
Use Power query convert date as text

This is an example of Power query date as text.

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Power query date as a number

Here we will see how to convert the date as a numeric value using the Power Query editor in Power BI.

For example, we will use the below table to convert the order date column to a number using Number. From () in Power Query Editor.

Use Power query convert date as number
Use Power query convert date as number

To convert the date as a number using Power Query Editor, follow the below steps.

  • In the Power Query editor, go to Add column tab -> select the Custom columns from the ribbon.
  • Then Custom column window will open, provide the custom column name and then provide the formula using the formula box. Click on OK.
Number.From([Order Date])
Power query convert date as number
Power query convert date as a number

Once you click on Ok, you can see the new column added, and the date is converted to a number by using Power Query Editor.

Power query date as number
Power query date as number

This is an example of Power query date as number.

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Power query date add weeks

Here we will see how to add weeks to date using Power Query in Power BI.

For example, we will use the below table, to add weeks to the Order date column, using Date.AddWeeks() in Power Query. As we know weeks are 7 days, so we are adding 7 days to the order date column.

Power query date add weeks
Power query date add weeks

To add weeks to the date column using Power query, follow the below steps:

  • In Power Query Editor, go to the Add column tab-> select the Custom column from the ribbon.
  • The custom column window will open, provide the column name and formula to the formula box. Then click on Ok
Date.AddWeeks([Order Date],1)
Power query add weeks to date
Power query add weeks to date
  • Once you click on Ok, you can see the column get added to the table, which has the order date + 1 week added value. Then you can change the column data type text to date.
Use Power query to add weeks to date
Use Power query to add weeks to date

This is an example of Power query date add weeks.

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Power query date and time

Here we will see how to convert the column from text to date and time data type using the Power Query editor in Power BI.

We will use the below table and we will change the data type of the Order date column text to date and time data type.

Power query date and time
Power query date and time

To change the data type of Order column text to Date and time, follow the below steps:

  • In Power query editor, select the Order date column-> click on the Data type in the ribbon-> select the Date/Time from the list.
Power query convert text to date and time
Power query converts text to date and time
  • Now you can see the Order date column get converted from text to date and time.
Power query converted text to date and Time
Power query converted text to date and Time

This is an example of Power query date and time.

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Power query date add time

Here we will see how to add time to date using the Power Query in Power BI.

For example, we have the below table, we will use the two-column from this table one is the Order date column and another is the time column. So, we will add the time column to the date column.

Power query date add time
Power query date add time

To add time to date using the Power Query editor, follow the below steps:

  • In Power Query Editor, select the two columns i.e. Order Date and Time. To select the column Ctrl+ click on the column header.
  • Go to the Add column tab-> click on the Merge columns.
  • The Merge column window will open, select space as Separator, by default it is None, then provides the New column name.
add time to date using Power Query
add time to date using Power Query

Now you can see the column get added to the table. That column contains both the date and time. Then you can change the data type to Date/Time from the text.

add time to date using Query editor
add time to date using the Query editor

This is an example of Power query date add time.

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Power query max date by group

Here we will see how to get the Max date by group using Power Query in Power BI.

For example, we will use the below table, and we will group the column based on the product and get the Max date for each product.

Power query max date by group
Power query max date by group

To get the Max date for each Product group using the Power Query editor, follow the below steps:

  • In Power Query Editor, select the product column and then click on the Group By option present in the Home tab ribbon.
  • Then Group By window will open, select the Advanced option, select the Product Column for grouping, provide the New column name as Max date, choose the Operation as Max, and next choose the column as Order Date. Click on OK.
get max date by group use Power query
get max date by group use Power query

Once you click on Ok, you can see the below result, Max date by Product group.

get max date by group using Power query
get max date by group using Power query

This is an example of Power query max date by group.

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Power query date in months

Here we will see how to get months from the date using Power Query Editor in Power BI.

For example, we will use to below table, from the Order date column we will extract the Month using Date.Month() or Date.MonthName() in Power query. Date.Month() will return the Month number, whereas Date.MonthName() will return Month name.

Power query date in months
Power query date in months

To get the Month from the date using the Power query, follow the below steps:

  • In Power Query, go to Add column tab and select the Custom column from the ribbon.
  • Now the Custom column window will open, provide the Column name and provide the formula to the formula box. Here two formula is listed, one will return the Month number and another will return the month name.
Date.Month([Order Date])
Date.MonthName([Order Date])
Power query get months from date
Power query get months from date
  • Once you click on Ok, you can see a new column added to the table with the Month number or Month name.
Use Power query to get months from date
Use Power query to get months from date

This is an example of Power query date in months.

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Power query date comparison

Here we will see how to perform a date comparison using Power Query.

For example, we will use the below table, to compare the order date column with the current date, if it is less than today, it will return True else return False.

Power query date comparison
Power query date comparison

To compare the order date with today follows the below steps:

  • In Power Query Editor, go to the Add column tab -> select the Custom column from the ribbon.
  • The Custom column window will open, provide the column name and add the below formula to compare the date with the current date. Click on Ok.
if [Order Date] < DateTime.Date(DateTime.LocalNow()) then "True" else "False"
Power query date less than today
Power query date less than today
  • Once you click on Ok, you can see that a column is added with true and false values. That means if the value is true, then the date is less than today, else greater than today, false.
date comparison using Power query
date comparison using Power query

This is an example of Power query date comparison.

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Power BI how to use power query group by month

Here we will see how to use the Power Query to group the data by month.

For example, we will use the below table, to calculate the total price for each month using Power Query.

Power BI how to use power query group by month
Power BI how to use power query group by month

To group the price by month using query editor, follow the below steps:

  • In Power Query Editor, select the Month column, then go to the Home tab -> click on Group by icon from the ribbon.
  • Group By window will open, select the Basic option, then select the column based on which you want to group, this case Month column.
  • Provide the column name, then select the aggregation as Sum and select the Price column. Click on Ok
how to use power query group by month in Power BI
how to use power query group by month in Power BI

Once you click on ok, you can see the price is grouped by each month.

how to use power query to group by month in Power BI
how to use power query to group by month in Power BI

This is an example of Power BI how to use power query group by month.

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Power query date day of week

Here we will see how to get the day of the week from the date using Power Query

For we will get the day of the week from the date using Date.DayOfWeek() in Power Query.

Power query date day of week
Power query date day of week

To get the day of the week from the date using the Query Editor in Power BI.

  • In Power Query Editor, go to Add column tab -> select the Custom column from the ribbon.
  • The custom column window will open, provide the column name and then add the formula to the Formula box. Click on Ok.
Power query get day of week from date
Power query get day of week from date

Once you click on Ok, you can see the column get added to the table, with the week number based on the date column.

Use Power query to get day of week from date
Use Power query to get day of week from date

This is an example of a Power query date day of week.

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Power query date difference years

Here we will see how to calculate the year difference between the two dates using the Power query editor.

For example, we will use the below table, to get the year difference between the two dates (Order date and Ship date) using the Power Query editor in Power BI.

Power query date difference years
Power query date difference years

To get the date difference years using Power Query, follow the below steps.

  • In Power Query Editor, go to Add column tab-> select the Custom column from the ribbon.
  • The custom column window will open, provide the column name and add the below formula to get the date difference years.
Date.Year([Ship date])-Date.Year([Order Date])
Use Power query to get the date difference years
Use Power query to get the date difference years

Once you click on Ok, you can see the column get added to the table with the date difference in years value.

Power query to get the date difference years
Power query to get the date difference years

This is an example of Power query date difference years.

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Power query date difference in weeks

Here we will see how to calculate the date difference in weeks using Power Query Editor in Power BI

For example, we will use the below table, and we will use the Order date and Ship date columns. Then I calculated the weeks of the year for both the date column, to get in Add column tab, select the date icon, and Week -> select Week of the year from the option. These two columns i.e. Week of year for Order date and Week of year for a ship date, we will use as reference only.

Use Power query to get the date difference weeks
Use Power query to get the date difference weeks

To calculate the date difference in weeks using the Power Query editor in Power BI, follow the below steps:

  • In Power Query Editor, go to the Add column tab -> select the Custom column from the ribbon.
  • The custom column window will open, provide the Column name and add the below formula in the Formula box to get the date difference in weeks.
Date.WeekOfYear([Ship date])-Date.WeekOfYear([Order Date])
Power query to get the date difference weeks
Power query to get the date difference weeks

Once you click on ok, you can see the column get added to the table with the date difference in weeks value.

Power query date difference in weeks
Power query date difference in weeks

This is an example of a Power query date difference in weeks.

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Power query date end of month

Here we will see how to calculate the date end of the month using Power Query.

For example, we will use the below table, we will calculate the date end of the month of each date present in the table by using Date.EndOf Month() in Power Query Editor.

Power query date end of month
Power query date end of month

To get the end of the month of each date using Power Query, follow the below steps:

  • In Power Query Editor, go to the Add column tab, and select the custom column from the ribbon.
  • Then the custom column window will open, provide the column name and add the formula to the formula box. Click on Ok
Date.EndOfMonth([Order Date])
Power query  to get the date end of month
Power query to get the date end of month

Once you click on Ok, you can see the column added to the table. This column contains the date end of the month.

Use Power query  to get the date end of month
Use Power query to get the date end of month

This is an example of a Power query date end of month.

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Power query date end of year

Here we will see how to get the date of the end of the year using Power Query.

For example, we will use the below table, to get the end of the year of each date in the Order date column using the Date.EndOfYear() in Power Query.

Power query date end of year
Power query date end of year

To get the end of the year of each date using Power Query, follow the below steps:

  • In Power Query Editor, go to the Add column tab -> select the Custom column from the ribbon.
  • The Custom column window will open, provide the column name and then add the below formula in the formula box. Click on OK.
Power query  to calculate the date end of year
Power query to calculate the date end of year
  • Once you click on Ok, you can see the column is added to the table, and it contains the end of the year date.
Power query the date end of year
Power query the date end of year

This is an example of Power query date end of year.

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Power query date.end of week

Here we will see how to use the Date.EndOfWeek() using Power Query in Power BI.

For example, we will use the below table to get the end-of-week date using Date.EndOfWeek() in Power Query.

Power query the date end of week
Power query the date end of week

To get the end of week date using Power Query, follow the below steps:

  • In Power Query, go to the Add column tab -> select the Custom column from the ribbon.
  • The custom column window will open, provide the column name, and add the below formula in the formula box. Click on OK.
Power query date.end of week
Power query date.end of week
  • Once you click on Ok, you can see the column get added to the table, having the end of week date.
Power query date end of week function
Power query date end of week function

This is an example of Power query date.endof week.

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Power query date equals today

Here we will see how to check the date is equal to today using Power Query in Power BI.

For example, we will use the below table to compare whether the date in the order date column is equal to today’s date, return true, or else false.

Power query date equals today
Power query date equals today

To check the date is equal today using Power Query, follow the below steps:

  • In Power Query Editor, go to Add column tab -> select the Custom column from the ribbon.
  • The Custom column window will open, provide the column name and then add the below formula in the formula box.
Power query check date equals today
Power query check date equals today

Once you click on Ok, you can see the column is added to the table. The column has true and false values based on the condition. As today is 5/5/2022, so it returns true for the last Order date.

Power query if date equals today
Power query if date equals today

This is an example of Power query date equals today.

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Power query date end of last month

Here we will see how to end the date of last month using Power Query in Power BI.

For example, we will calculate the last month-end date based on the current date using Power Query. So the current date is 5/5/2022, then the end date of last month is 30/04/2022

To get the end date of last month using Power Query, follow the below steps:

  • In Power Query Editor, go to Add column tab -> select the Custom column from the ribbon.
  • Then provide the column name and add the below formula to the formula box. Then click on Ok.
Power query date end of last month 1
Power query date end of last month

Once you click on Ok, you can see the end date of the previous month in the column.

Power query get date end of last month
Power query get date end of last month

This is an example of Power query date end of last month.

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Power query gets the date from date-time

Here we will see how to get the date from date-time using Power Query Editor in Power BI.

For example, we will use the below table, to get the date from the DateTime present in the Order date column.

Power query gets the date from date-time
Power query gets the date from date-time

To get the date from date time using Power Query, follow the below steps:

  • In Power Query Editor, go to the Add column tab -> select Custom column from the ribbon.
  • Then custom column window will open, provide the column name and then add the formula to the formula box.
Date.From([Order Date])
Use Power query gets the date from date-time
Use Power query gets the date from date-time

Now you can see a column get added to the table, having only date value. Next, you can change the data type from Text to Date.

Use Power query  to gets the date from date-time
Use Power query to gets the date from date-time

This is an example of a Power query get date from date time.

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Power query date from week number

Here we will see how to get date from week number using Power Query Editor.

For example, we will use the below table to get the Sunday date from the Week number and Year(ISO format).

Use Power query  to gets the date from week num
Use Power query to gets the date from week num

To get the Sunday date from the Week number and Year, follow the below steps.

  • In Power Query Editor, go to Add column tab -> select Custom column from the ribbon.
  • The custom column window will open, provide the column name and then provide the formula to the Formula box. Click on Ok.
Date.AddDays((Date.AddDays(#date([Year],1,1),-4)),(-Date.DayOfWeek(Date.AddDays(#date([Year],1,1),-4)) + [Week]*7))
Use Power query  to gets the date from week number
Use Power query to gets the date from week number

Once you click on Ok, you can see the column get added to the table. The column contains the Sunday date from week and year.

gets the date from week number using Power Query
gets the date from week number using Power Query

This is an example of a Power query date from week number.

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Conclusion

In this Power BI Tutorial, we learned different types of Power Query Date examples. These are:

  • power query get current date
  • Power BI how to use power query get year from date
  • Power BI how to use power query get month from date
  • Power Query date minus x days
  • Power query date minus 1 day
  • Power query date minus 1 month
  • Power query date minus 1 year
  • Power Query date from text format
  • Power query date between
  • Power query date from year, month, day
  • Power query date add months
  • Power query date add years
  • Power query date after today
  • Power query date as text
  • Power query date as number
  • Power query date add weeks
  • Power query date and time
  • Power query date add time
  • Power query max date by group
  • Power query date in months
  • Power query date comparison
  • Power BI how to use power query group by month
  • Power query date day of week
  • Power query date difference years
  • Power query date difference in weeks
  • Power query date end of month
  • Power query date end of year
  • Power query date equals today
  • Power query date.endof week
  • Power query date end of last month
  • Power query get date from date time
  • Power query date from week number
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