Thursday, September 13, 2012

Outlook: Two time zones in calendar

Today, during internal training I've noticed very neat feature in Outlook 2010 Calendar, see screenshot below:
It's very useful feature if you're working with geographically distributed teams and like to align "your" and "their" time on your Outlook Calendar. It's really helpful during the meeting's planing and similar issues.

How to switch on this feature? See below:
  1. Right click on "Time Zone", left line
  2. Select "Change Time Zone"
  3. Add second time zone
That's it. Have fun!


  1. Thanks!
    It really helps!


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