Whether you love or hate change, it’s one thing that happens in this world. It feels like time is speeding up and slows down all the time. But when you wake up at 7 am on your happy hours’ end, your day might be winding down because it’s 12 am on the other side and you just started your workday! When I realized this, I was sure to figure out how to fix it in Google Calendar and what’s more – it was a lot less invasive than I had first thought. There’s a simple solution, but it requires some work on your part.
Sergey Polujnitsky was the first to create something that would solve this glitch in Google Calendar (by the way, I’ve emailed him about this post for an interview discussion). At least for me, he happens to be one of the most genius and creative minds out there!] He came up with calendar plugins – easy-to-use extensions that mimic the functionality of Safari or Chrome’s current
What is Google Calendar?
Google Calendar allows you to organize your work, home life and social life in one easy-to-navigate application. It is easy to use and helps make routine tasks like planning travel a breeze. Google Calendar also allows you to set specific times for certain things instead of being forced to decide when they should happen. You can set your appointments to be weekly or daily and have everything in one app. Additional features include birthdays, reminders, and more. Sarah Stepp explains how Google Calendar works best for herself “Like most people nowadays, I don’t need a lot of bells and whistles out of my calendar. Most people’re used to using Zune as their Microsoft Outlook replacement on the Mac, but I just use Google Calendar for now. The only feature I really find useful is Mention integration when referring
Why You Need to Change your Time Zone
Whether you’re abroad, living on a different time zone, or just flew back home, manually changing your time zone isn’t always easy. Google Calendar Pro has put together a quick video tutorial with helpful step-by-step instructions for how to make this change in the app. The article also provides an overview of all the acronyms and terms that you should know about when talking about time zones. Tips for Creating a Guided Meeting. So you want to host a meeting, but you feel like you’re doing all the work managing the process. Luckily, this tip can help guide you through the whole process.
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How to Change your Time Zone in Google Calendar
Google Calendar has the capability to set a different time zone for every day of the year. There are many reasons why someone may want to do this, but one of the most common is that they’re travelling overseas and have a different time zone back at home. Luckily, changing your timezone is surprisingly easy- and can be done with just a few clicks. We’ll walk you through the process below. Alternatively, you can use the Built-in Time Zone Switch in the Google Calendar App. Follow the steps below to switch time zones on your Desktop version of Google Calendar and we’ll show you how to do it on Mobile, too. Before we get started, we should point out that some links on this page are affiliate links which means you’re supporting us at no extra cost to own a home computer or mobile device with iOS and Android software installed. We also sometimes receive compensation from links on this
How To Set Your Time Zone on Your Mobile Device
Being able to set your time zone on your phone can be important especially if you want to organize your day correctly. Fortunately, you can access your Google Calendar from any device so that changes won’t effect all of your events at once. Smart Switch for Outlook. When you buy an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, you’re provided with all sorts of links to applications that help get work done. The biggest thing I use from one of these is Smart Switch so I can easily move communications from my desktop Mac OS X environment to whatever device I have at hand – be it a IPad, iPhone or a plain old iPod touch.
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Google Calendar has an option to change your time zone from within the program. This simply means you can set your home location to be wherever you want, instead of the default time zone which is EST. After doing a bit of research, and waiting while the settings changed back on their own, I discovered that Google Calendar will display your true local time, by default. Unfortunately, their instructions failed to tell you how… or what steps you need to take in order to achieve this. Let’s discuss those next