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How to reach 2021-06-15T15:30:00.000Z with the formula

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I didn’t get how to reach this result 2021-06-15T15:30:00.000Z. Do I need to use the datetime parse or format? Could you suggest the formula please?
My starting point is a date field (ex: 02/10/2021 5:08 pm)

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If your starting point is either February 10th, 2021 or October 2nd, 2021 at 5:08pm, and you’re trying to get to June 15th, 2021 at 3:30 pm, then you need to use a few DATEADDs to add time (or subtract time).

If you’re just trying to get 02/10/2021 5:08 pm into the same format as 2021-06-15T15:30:00.000Z but not the same date, then you could probably write a formula that looks like this:

{Date Field}&""

^ which forces a date to become a string, or build it yourself using DATETIME_FORMAT()