Whilst I can use an online tool like timeanddate.com to plan my meetings… this tip saves me some time when I book meetings with clients across the globe.
I set up my Microsoft 365 Outlook Calendar to display multiple time zones. This helps me check at a glance what time it is in London or New York when I book my meeting in Melbourne, Australia.
I first published this post on Display multiple time zones in Outlook calendar | LinkedIn
How to set up multiple time zones in Outlook Calendar:
- From the File menu, select Options.
- Then select Calendar > Time Zones.
- Choose your timezones and give each of them a short label. The first time zone should be automatically set to the time zone you are currently in (default).
- The time zones show up with the first time zone on the right.
Note: Unfortunately, we can only set maximum of 3 time zones with this method.