For the past few months I’ve been working on a project where the client is in the Pacific Time Zone. I’m in the Eastern Time Zone. Quite often when looking at my Outlook calendar I have to on the fly subtract 3 hours when talking or emailing the client. While talking to Mick Talbott, a co-worker of mine that is in the Arizona Time Zone working on the same project as I am he mentioned you can setup Outlook to display another time zone. I think my exact words were “really?”. He told me how and now I’m telling you how.
Notice how my Outlook was only showing the times of the time zone I was in.
In Outlook click File.
Scroll all the way down to Time zones
Label your primary time zone, put a check in show a second time zone, label your second time zone, and set the time zone. Click OK.
Now you’ll see both time zones in your calendar!