Time Zone Support for Calendar
The time zone support should be added for the notifications.
Krista Goodrie commented
I agree with other commenters that allowing the choice to add a second or third time zone in the mobile app solid be a big boost. My old HTC phone I had 10 years ago had this option via HTC Sense. Thanks for listening.
Jan Willem Rosenboom commented
I can't have calendar and email open at the same time, the way the app works. Appointments don't recognize time zones , which is a major failing for those of us traveling across time zones for our work.
Dr Robert Feldman commented
Come on Microsoft. Time zones facility is there in Outlook desktop and OWA for a reason - it's really useful. Please add to Outlook for Android ASAP.
Gong, Yang commented
no time zone option is totally unacceptable
Joshua Booyens commented
This is the only thing that prevents me from using Outlook more. I live across 2 time zones and not having the ability to choose a time zone is frustrating.
Susan Wynn commented
Yes, please! This is essential especially because in the US, my home office -and therefore meeting times - is in AZ -one of only two states that doesn't change twice/yr for daylight savings time. I keep my calendar in AZ time just so I always have that fixed reference (in the desktop client). In fact, on the Outlook desktop client, I show both my PST and AZ times on my calendar (which I can't do on the mobile app, of course, since I cant even change the timezone my calendar shows without manually changing my entire phone's timezone).
Warren Johnson (CORP STU) commented
allow a second or even third tz to be added in calender view, just like you can with Outlook on the desktop.
Mark Conta commented
ability to switch the time zone when creating a calendar entry in android version of outlook...
can't change the time zone
Graham Galloway commented
Timezone works on desktop and web, but not on the Android App.
I have a Client that travels across the US and abroad. I need to be able to schedule calendar events on my mobile device for my Client and other consultant in different time zones. Why is this only available on desktop?
Dave Graser commented
it would be a huge benefit to be able to add a second timezone (like Google calendar on PC does). I would like to video conference with someone in another timezone but i want to be able to see what the time would he there as well.
this way i can move the times around if needed to suit both them and my business.
ideally it would be best to have both times in the event itself. example 27/05/2020 03:00am (GMT+10) - Australia and 26/05/2020 6pm (GMT +1) - UK
this removes any confusion
Eduardo Fávero Pacheco da Luz commented
Um recurso já disponível no Desktop, mas ainda não no aplicativo móvel. É uma funcionalidade necessária.
Wade Leslie commented
This is crazy that it has been almost 5 years from being brought up.
Simon Tidd commented
You can select timezones in the outlook desktop app, why not on mobile. It's difficult to try and get the times right when travelling. Just let us select the timezones...
there should be an option to choose the time zone when scheduling an event using outlook on an android phone. it's a basic feature of every calendar app I've ever used, but not available on this?
John Tanzer commented
Calendar Time Zone selection Outlook for Android.
It is outrageous that this has still not been implemented. People travel. Not having the function can create mayhem.
Please make this an absolute priority. Without it I for one will be looking to find another calendar app.
1. make an appointment with some time zone on your desktop client
2. realize that you made a mistake and try to change it on your phone.
RESULTS cannot make the change.
Saad Naeem commented
ability to set time zone for the app
Lawrence Miranda commented
Simply put, for constant travelers and people who manage multiple calendars or schedule meeting with people across time zones... the absence of this essential feature is a barrier to presenting Outlook on Mobile as a viable and reliable alternative to O365 on Desktop. Even for users on the go.
Moreover, if and when Duo comes out and MS PowerUsers have to make a choice between relying on a "handheld" on Android vs another device on a Windows OS (albeit shell)... that can handle win 32... go guess which OS wins that use case?
You need to build more robustness on Android if you wish to promote the long - term survivability of Windows Services on this ecosystem. Because right now, I'm really missing Windows Phone.