NeedToMeet Feedback

Time Zone Clarification

I work with people and clients in many different time zones.  When using this site, it isn't clear which time zone is being used on an invite.  It would be helpful when each person gets the invite if they can clearly see the time zone that is being shown.  Better yet, it would be great to also see an option to change the time zone to wherever they would like to see it.

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  • May 10 2016
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  • Pete Caldecourt commented
    May 10, 2016 21:31

    Thanks for your feedback - When using the web client for N2M this will default to the web clients timezone. Also when you schedule a meeting you will see the default timezone for your web browser, which you are also able to change. For attendees they will see the meeting invite in their own timezone.


    Please see example attached.


    Let us know if you have any other questions.

  • Jason Lambert commented
    May 15, 2017 18:29

    I understand that customers get the time from the time zone that their computer is registered is. Yet it's not user identified on the website... and causes confusion from people who've not used the service before. Would be good for N2M team help their customers clarify through the website...

  • Daniel Bradish commented
    February 21, 2018 20:54

    I completely agree - the time zones can't just be automated. I travel all over the world and my teams are spread out. Just because the browser I am using at the moment is in a given time zone doesn't mean I 'think' in terms of that time zone or I will be in that time zone when the meeting occurs.

    My attendees and I need the flexibility of selecting the time zone in the meeting view/response screen.

    Better yet, if you have a NeedToMeet account, your default could be stored in your profile/settings instead of taken from the browser.

    If even just point A was handled, I think I and many colleagues would sign up for the paid account.

  • Office Manager commented
    September 06, 2018 18:17

    I agree with Daniel Bradish. The user needs to be able to change the time zone. I am in New York today, but will be in Sacramento in two weeks when this meeting will be held. It would be much easier and more convenient if I could adjust the invitation to show me the available times in the time zone of my choosing. As Daniel said: "Just because the browser I am using at the moment is in a given time zone doesn't mean I 'think' in terms of that time zone or I will be in that time zone when the meeting occurs."

  • Joe Wilson commented
    28 May 02:20

    I completely agree with your idea.

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