The `minute()`

function returns an integer (number) between `0`

and `59`

that corresponds to the minute of its date argument.

`minute(date) date.minute()`

`minute()`

(and its sibling functions hour, day, date, month, week, and year) is useful for manipulating dates within Notion formulas.

## Example Formulas

```
minute(now()) /* Output: 25 (When current time was 11:25 AM) */
/* Assume a property called Date with a current date of June 24, 2022 11:29 AM */
prop("Date").minute() /* Output: 29 */
```

`minute()`

can be used with other functions such as dateSubtract to change the value of a date, like so:

```
/* Assume the value of now() is June 24, 2022 11:34 AM */
now().dateSubtract(now().minute(), "minutes")
/* Output: June 24, 2022 11:00 AM */
```

You can take this concept even further to “hard-code” any date into a Notion formula. See the section on Hard-Coding Dates into Formulas within the now article for more on how to do this.

## Example Database

This example database shows both the current time (using the now function), as well as the current time rounded to the nearest hour.

### View and Duplicate Database

### “Nearest Hour” Property Formula

```
let(
minute, now().minute(),
if(
minute < 30,
dateSubtract(
now(),
minute,
"minutes"
),
dateAdd(
now(),
60 - minute,
"minutes"
)
)
)
/* Explained */
let(
/* First, get the minute value of now() and set it as a minute variable */
minute, now().minute(),
if(
/* Check if the minute value is less than 30 */
minute < 30,
/* If so, subtract the minute value from now() to get the current hour */
dateSubtract(
now(),
minute,
"minutes"
),
/* If not, add the minute value to now() to get the next hour */
dateAdd(
now(),
60 - minute,
"minutes"
)
)
)
```