Using Google Calendar


Set different time zones for google calendar events

  • On Google Calendar, create a calendar.

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  • under this calendar, set an event.

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  • set a different time zone in the event.

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  • Bind calendar.

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Set a different time zone for google calendar

  • Click the option on the right side of the calendar.

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  • Set time zone.

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  • Create an event under the calendar.

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Note

  • By making your calendar public, or sharing it with certain email addresses, your team members can read or edit the calendar, see: Create a calendar for a room or shared space.

  • If you don’t like to make it public or share it one by one, you can use G-Suite to manage your organization, members, and room resources. In that case, Google Calendar is one of the core components of G Suite, Google’s collection of web apps and tools aimed at business users. It lets team members plan, schedule, and organize office resources(room & equipment), and it’s tightly connected to the other components of G Suite, including Gmail and Google Drive.

  • Need more help, please bounce to Calendar Help Center.