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    T Zam commented  · 

    Alas, this isn't a bug but a hugely problematic "feature" that doesn't actually pin all day events to the date, but to midnight-midnight in whatever time zone it's set to at the time. this means that when you are not in that time zone, your notifications and reminders end up starting or ending on the wrong day.

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    Absolutely. This really does need to be tied to the date, regardless of time zone, which is how most all day events, like birthdays, anniversaries, etc. are. The problem is that I'll put in a birthday or anniversary when on a business trip and another when I'm back home, and yet another while vacationing in Europe, and they all start spanning multiple days when I get into different time zones. It defeats the purpose entirely and makes the calendar feature almost useless for anyone like me who travels for a living.

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