When you work with people from different longitudes, it is essential no to lose sight of the different time zones that our counterparties are.
What I want t share with you, which I didn’t even know it existed until recently, helps to keep an eye on the different time zones, and it is straightforward to implement: How to add different time zones to the Outlook calendar.
Right-click anywhere on the time column, then click on Change time zone; this will take you to the Time zones section of the Calendar tab in the Options menu.
Add up to additional time zones, do not forget to add labels, click on ok, and voila!
Easy peasy, right? I hope you find it useful.
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