Time zones are completely messed up
I scheduled a meeting on (UTC+01:00) Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna.
However, the invitation defaults to (UTC+01:00) Casablanca for all recipients.
Even weirder, the times shown differ by 1 or even two hours, despite the two timezone being identical.
This completely breaks the tool for me.
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A Adams commented
Same problem as others. I used it once and was very embarrassed by the confusion that it created with a customer. Unusable until this is fixed.
similar if the same issue here: located in UTC +8 zone, I am finding it impossible to set the default time zone to my zone (it defaults to UTC -8); also the meeting time choices given are midnight to 10:30am, and then 4pm onwards.
This makes this tool entirely useless to me. Please help/fix?
Deb Bonney commented
I have the same issue. I am in UTC-5:00 and so are my recipients. They are seeing meeting times that are 3-4 hours ahead of the selected time.
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Henry Eimstad commented
This bug makes the tool virtually useless. We have clients and employees in multiple time zones and this bug has caused us lots of confusion.
David Miley commented
Same issue here- makes the tool unusable and very embarrassing when sending to potential clients. If they could fix this I would use it daily!
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Adding my hat into the ring here. I can see my requests going out in MST, but often I get a "Why would you want to do a meeting at 9:30 at night?" then I have to let them know that they are in UTC and need to change it so it's pushing them to +7. This happens with users new to findtime requests in the same tenant and outside of our tenant. Once set by the user they seem to stick, but it's not very professional. Why wouldn't it use the tz on the browser/system?
We used to use Doodle a lot but the ads and things are pretty challenging. Findtime is so much slicker but this UTC thing creates a lot of confusion/messes things up. To some of the other commentors, the time you gain from meeting scheduling is lost explaining to users how to go back in change their timezone then revote for everything...Or even worse people start replying all saying it's broken and when they're available and now you're managing two messes! :)
Same, it goes to UTC for my participants and they are super confused. What the heck is this.
I've got the exact same problem.
I did a FindTime Poll with several optional dates. 3 of those are before Mar 29 (when we switch to daylight saving time), 2 are after.
The 2 after the time switch are off by an hour.
However - in Outlook, the times are correct (as intended, ie. 8.00 am), only in FindTime they're off (in this case, 7.00 am).
In everyones' dashboard the default time zone is set to Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna.
i have the same issue.
This problem is critical because it causes a lot of misunderstanding and workload to clarify the timing to the invited people.
The time we expect to save using FindTime is completely ruined.
I have the same issue. I scheduled 2 events and both of them got a different starting time, both not correct. I ended up mailing all recipients with the correct time.
Bruno Van Den Bossche commented
I have the exact same problem.
both are labeled UTC+1, yet when selecting they differ with two hours