You can do this in the Postgresql query before the data enters Domo using the "AT TIME ZONE" construct.
SELECT now() AT TIME ZONE 'EST';
SELECT MyDateTime AT TIME ZONE 'EST';
If you want to see it in action try it with another time zone to make sure it changes.
SELECT now() AT TIME ZONE 'MST';
SELECT now() AT TIMEZONE 'PST';
Running the syntax in my query simple adds 5 hours on all the timestamps in my data. I would like to know how to convert my timestamp, which is stored as UTC, to EST. The adjustments made should be 4 hours behind since EST is 4 hours behind UTC. Thanks in advance.
I tried the below to convert from IST to EST, not sure if this is correct
case when (HOUR(`Date/Time Opened`)+10)<24
then (HOUR(`Date/Time Opened`)+10)
else (HOUR(`Date/Time Opened`)-15)