You can add an additional time zone to a Google Calendar display, and also override the default time zone for a single particular event. In this video, author Jess Stratton shows users how to change the time zone on a per-event level, and how to display an additional time zone in the view which is useful when choosing a time to schedule a meeting with someone in a different time zone.
- [Voiceover] It's possible to add a time zone to an event.…You can also add a time zone to your entire calendar,…but first, I'll show you how to add it to a single event.…Let's take this meeting appointment that I have coming up.…This is a meeting and I've invited somebody else…to my meeting.…If the other person is in a different time zone,…it's beneficial for both people…to add a time zone to the event,…so that everybody's clear…on what time the event is happening.…It's also helpful for Google Calendar…to know what the correct time is…to put on the other person's calendar.…
Inside the event, next to the date,…click the blue Time Zone link.…This is going to allow you to choose a time zone…that the meeting's going to occur in.…For example, this meeting is set to occur at 3 o'clock PM.…However, it's occurring at 3 o'clock PM Pacific Time.…I'll click Done, Save,…and I'm going to send an update to the existing guests,…so that their calendar can be updated with the correct time.…I'll click Send and the calendar event has changed.…
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