Welcome to the community, @NogueirAds_Ads! :grinning_face_with_big_eyes: Please share specific details about your setup, including which direction you’re syncing (Airtable → HubSpot or HubSpot → Airtable) and the field types involved. If you can share screenshots, that would also help.
This how it looks like in airtable. Those are tests. I Will explain them on the Next screenshot.
Formated both dates as Local and nome synced.
Both as friendly and only data registo synced (with the wrong date).
US and nothing.
European only synced the data instalação field (wrong date and hour).
ISO synced nothing.
This is how the fields look in Hubspot.
This is how the ZAP is configured. Notice both the Data de instalação and Horário field are sent to the same Airtable field. But i dont think thats a problem. Certainly not this problem.
Nevermind that in this screenshot it says no data on the dates. During tests there was data there. As you can see by some of the tests.
Thanks for the details. Even though the date format in HubSpot appears one way, that’s not necessarily how the data representing that date is being passed to Zapier. Once Zapier gets it, I’m not sure if it leaves the data intact or tweaks it in some way before inserting it into the Airtable field. I’d like to think that it leaves it alone, which means that it probably comes down to what data HubSpot is passing to Zapier.
As a test, modify your Zap to put the “Data de Registo” data into a single line text field in Airtable, and then share a screenshot of the results. That might provide more clues to what’s going on.