Display multiple time zones in Outlook calendar

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.

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How to set up multiple time zones in Outlook Calendar:

Display Multiple Timezones. From Outlook File menu, select Options > Calendar > Time Zones
  1. From the File menu, select Options.
  2. Then select Calendar > Time Zones.
  3. 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). 
  4. The time zones show up with the first time zone on the right.
Outlook Calendar - See what time it is in London or New York when you book your meeting in Melbourne, Australia

Note: Unfortunately, we can only set maximum of 3 time zones with this method. 

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