By default, the Connected Educator Month calendar displays all events in Eastern Daylight (USA/New York) time, but thanks to a new feature that Sched implemented especially for Connected Educator Month, you can view the calendar in any timezone!

View events in your local time

timezones

Here are some popular timezone views. Just click your timezone to view the dates and times on the calendar in your local time!

If you need to reset and view the calendar in Eastern (NY) time, just click this link. Do you need to see the calendar in a different timezone? Leave us a comment and we’ll add it to this post!

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13 Responses to How to view the Connected Educator Month calendar in another timezone

  1. Penny Boston says:

    Hi Sheryl
    When I have logged into a global conference before, there has been a facility where the intending attendees could write their local time and see when scheduled events were timetabled before choosing which sessions worked for them.
    Having us choose sessions before we know whether it suits us is setting us up to do this process twice?
    I live in regional Western Australia and Perth is my closest city.
    Looking forward to checking if any events I have selected actually work for me.
    Kind regards
    Penny

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  2. adela kapileo says:

    Hi Penny,
    Can you also add Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands to your time zone? Thanks in advance.

    Adela

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  3. Can you please add India Standard Time Calendar? I live in Chennai, India. This is UTC +5.30.
    Thanks, Aparna.

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  4. Ryan Harwood says:

    It would be great if you could add GMT for us here in Accra, Ghana. Thanks!

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  5. Can you please add HST (Hawaii Time)?

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  6. Viv Hall says:

    Hi Sheryl
    I’m in Hong Kong wanting to check in on USA & NZ & Aust – can you add HK time please
    Thanks very much
    :-)

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  7. Can you post USA-AZ time? We are one of those unusual states that do not change our clocks for fall or spring! Thank you

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