This category of Blocks deals with getting time/date and manipulating those values. A timestamp is a sequence of characters or encoded information that represents the date and time at which a particular event occurred or a specific piece of data was created or modified. In simpler terms, a timestamp is a way of labeling a specific moment in time.
GraphLinq uses Unix Timestamps to generate the current time/date. Unix timestamps work by counting the number of seconds that have elapsed since a specific moment in time, which is defined as January 1, 1970, at 00:00:00 UTC (Coordinated Universal Time). This moment is known as the "Unix epoch".
There are two blocks for generating a timestamp:
Get Millisecond Timestamp. If you would like to subtract time from the current timestamp you can use
et Timestamp Offsetand
Get Milliseconds Timestamp Offsetrespectively.
To format a timestamp into a human readable date the blocks are
Timestamp to Date,
Millisecond Timestamp to Date.