In our app you may choose a begin date and the app calculates the top date (we’re speaking about subscriptions right here). That is from midnight to midnight, so the precise time limits are, for instance:
2020-05-18 00:00:00 to
So the interval begins on the midnight of the 18th, runs all day lengthy, then just a few extra days, then stops on the midnight between the 24th and the 25th. 24th is included within the interval; 25th shouldn’t be. However the timestamp itself is the midnight of the 25th.
So the way to greatest talk this to the consumer? Some choices:
25th Might, 2020– matches the timestamp, however may be deceptive. Individuals would possibly factor that the 25th is included.
24th Might, 2020– nonetheless may be deceptive. Somebody would possibly assume that the 24th is NOT included. However that is my private favourite.
24th Might, 2020 (inclusive)– wordy? Is that this clear sufficient?
24th Might, 2020, 23:59:59– Dunno, appears to be like kinda fugly to me, however it’s kinda correct….
Or perhaps one thing else fully?