Click on Clock, Language, and Region. View by : should be set to Category. Click on Date and Time. Make sure the shown Time zone is correct to your current location.
In the past, each city kept its own times, with a city clock set to noon when the sun reached its highest point in the sky. But at the end of the 19th century, the railroad had started to transport people over long distances. The timetables got very confusing as each stop was based on a different city time.
So the need arose to standardize the time so that the railway can work more efficiently. In 1884 delegates from 26 countries met in Washington DC to agree on a prime meridian as the common zero point for longitude. The result was that Greenwich, England was chosen as the international standard for zero longitude and the 24 time zones were established.
Nowadays, most countries follow the hourly deviations, although they do not always orientate themselves to the longitude, for example because the whole country remains in one time zone or the times are changed at certain times of the year, for example summer time. Time zones are based on the fact that the earth moves 15 degrees longitude every hour. Since the day has 24 hours, there are 24 standard time zones.
Time zones are counted from the prime meridian, which is zero degrees longitude. Each time zone is counted in 15-degree intervals and extends 7.5 degrees on either side of a central meridian.
For example, Sydney, Australia is on the central meridian of 150 degrees East, and the time zone now includes all locations between 142 and 1/2 degrees East and 157 and 1/2 degrees East. I'll show you how to calculate time zones. First, determine whether the time zone is in the eastern or western hemisphere.
If the time zone is east of the prime meridian, such as Australia, it is before GreenwichMean Time or GMT. If it is west of the prime meridian like Canada, it will be a later time. Second, count how many time zones are away from Greenwich.
For example, Greenland is a time zone west of Greenwich, so I'll subtract an hour from GMT to get a time there. Oslo in Norway is a time zone east of Greenwich, so I'll just add one hour to the current Greenwich Mean Time. When you count the time zones that a location is in, you are counting the time zone that your location is in, but not the time zone that Greenwich is in.
For example, I am counting for Buenos Aires, Argentina. One two three four. So if it's 4:34 a.m.
GMT, I'll subtract four hours to find out the time for Buenos Aires. The time will stand at 34. The international date line is an imaginary line that is 180 degrees in longitude on the opposite side of the earth from the prime meridian.
This line separates one calendar day from the other. The international date line deviates in some places to avoid crossing land. In 1994, Kiribati shifted the date line eastward 2,000 miles to keep all of the land in the Eastern Hemisphere partners.
How to Schedule Meetings Across Time Zones
This article is taken from our Microsoft team's training course. So if you want more training you can find a link to the course in the description where we will tell you all about it or you can select the link in the top right corner and now let's look at how to have your own meeting, this can be done over Outlook can be done as a teenager and I'll show you both.
I'll start with Outlook as it's probably the most popular method of scheduling meetings. I'm using the latest update of Outlook on Windows 10 for this demonstration. So if you have an older version of Office it might look a little different above and that will open the new meeting with the details of the team already in it.
You can also choose a time from the calendar by double-clicking the time you want to meet then When the window for a new appointment opens, select Teams meetings from the ribbon then you can add the meeting details to the appointment Adding the details here is something I sometimes forget so I recommend using the new team meeting button if you do it this way don't forget to add the title and then invite the attendees you want to join you can invite people or groups All other Outlook features are exactly the same as they would for a normal meeting and I am assuming That you know how to do it, you can already see in Outlook that the location is set to Microsoftteams-Meeting , but you might want to add a meeting room as well. You might have a room full of people in person, and you also want to call people who work remotely through teams so you can use the room finder to find the location change, but the team's meeting details are kept in the appointment, this way the people attending in person know the room to go to and our teams attendees can just click the link to switch to Teams and Us now go to the calendar app. If you've shown the meeting here, you have two options: One is Meet Now and the other is a New Meeting Meet Now is a quick way to start a no-attendee meeting as soon as you have it.
Again in the Meeting topic, you can invite the people you want to join in this demo. I'll show you how to schedule a meeting for another time. I press New Meeting then I can add the title and then I have to select my attendees enough to know who is available without you Using the scheduling wizard you can see here that Meaghan is highlighted in red which means she is to the Meeting time I choose is not available with the shuttle assistant we can also see where she has gaps in her diary so we can then hold the meeting when I'm done I can hit send and the team's invitations will be sent to all attendees and a topic will be added to my team calendar.
All invited people see the new meeting appointment in their outlook and team'scalendars. The calendars of teams and outlets always stay in sync as long as you use the same Office 365 accounts. Once you've split the meeting into teams, for example, you can add documents or notes before the meeting even starts if you want Upload a document that you will discuss or review during the meeting You can do this in advance so that the Participants can review it before the meeting You open the meeting from the team calendar click the Quick tab and then select Share You can upload your document from OneDrive or from your computer then it will be available to your participants when they click the Files tab add meeting notes here as well and we'll talk about it in another lesson, if you'd like, you can join the meeting ahead of the scheduled time to set things up when the time comes to start the theme meeting the organizer doesn't have to be the one invited to everyone in your organization that has been invited it can start, if someone that. started meeting You will see the 'Join Team' button so that you don't have to open the meeting yourself.
You can just hit 'join' thanks for watching, that's all you need to know about scheduling meetings in Microsoft teamsThis article is from our team training course and if you want to know more about it, there is a link to the course in the description . I'll see you next time
Settings. Scroll to World Clock and check the Show world clock box. Click Add Time Zone to show your current time zone. Click Add Time Zone again to add more time zones.
Pacific Time Zone
This article was made possible by The Crew 2, a new open world racing game from Ubisoft. More on that after the article. Time is something none of us can escape and all of us around the world live with different times and schedules.
Planning these times and schedules can get complicated when you get on a plane or otherwise travel between different time zones. For example, if you are flying between New York City and Los Angeles, where you would have to set your watch back 3 hours upon arrival in LA. But some other trips around the world can get a lot more complicated thanks to our great mess with global time zones.
In a perfect world, our planet would be divided into 24 equal time zones, each representing an hour of the day. But we don't live in this world. We live in a world where countries, borders, and politics exist that have horribly distorted that perfect ideal into what looks more like it.
And here are the most extreme examples of the curiosities you can find with this card. Let's start with Spain, which, while on the same general longitude as Great Britain, Ireland and Portugal, is an hour ahead of those countries. Fly from London and travel west to Madrid and still need to keep your watch an hour ahead set backwards.
The reason for this is that Francisco Franco said this in 1940 when he moved Spain's time an hour forward to be closer to Nazi Germany. and over 70 years later they still made up their minds never to change it again. And when we talk about countries that have made questionable decisions about their time zones, China is probably the strangest.
Usually China is big enough to cover five different time zones in the ideal world. But in reality, the Chinese government has decided that all of China is just a time zone that follows Beijing time. They did this in an attempt to create a sense of national unity across the country.
But it had the unintended consequence of messing up the lives of people in the western part. Imagine a moment when the United States has just declared that Washington DC time is now the time for all of the United States. This is a pretty similar case, and people in the western parts of China are about 2 hours behind Beijing in real terms.
This affects the productivity of workers in the area and means that if you have a normal job from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m., you can either effectively go to work at 7:00 a.m. and leave at 3:00 p.m., or you can adjust your schedule, go to work at 11 a.m. and work until 7 p.m.
A few years ago, Apple happened to switch users' time zones in this area to the unofficial time zones they can handle and a lot of people have accidentally slept 2 extra hours. And as a final strange consequence of that policy, you can cross that tiny border from China into Afghanistan and have to set your watch back a full three and a half hours after the crossing, which is a bigger time difference than if you got all the way from Boston to Los Angeles in a few minutes on foot. Next, see how strange the International Date Line looks in the Pacific.
In theory, the international date line would be a straight line with a time difference of 24 hours on either side. While the Pacific is mostly empty here, there are a few islands and pieces of land that curve the line quite dramatically in places. Like here in Samoa, where the government decided to skip December 30, 2011 completely and move the country forward a full day.
Aside from not liking LeBron and wanting to skip his birthday, they also opted for the Samoan king to relocate the country east of the date line in 1892 to be more closely related to the United States, but then grew for over 100 years Instead, Samoa's economy moved closer to Australia and New Zealand, despite being 21 hours ahead of Sydney. So in 2011 they changed it back to how it was before 1892. However, this led to another embarrassing situation in neighboring American Samoa, just 70 kilometers away, which stayed east of the date line, which is a 24 hour time difference and a 25 hour time difference in summer.
But even stranger is this monstrosity in Kiribas. where the date line protrudes 2,000 miles to surround it before returning to relatively normal. This situation means you could start Hawaii on a Monday, travel south, and end on Tuesday, and if you continued south you would come back on Monday.
This also means that at some point every day there are 3 days at the same time in different parts of the world. If it's 6:30 a.m. on Saturday in New York, 11:30 p.m. in American Samoa, and 12:30 p.m. on Sunday on Kiribas Christmas Island right here in the United States.
The US is mostly pretty straightforward with 4 time zones covering the 48 continental states and one each for Hawaii and Alaska. But with summer time it gets complicated. Two states do not follow daylight saving time.
Hawaii, which doesn't matter because it's surrounded by the ocean, and Arizona, which is strange because it's surrounded by land. But Arizona gets even stranger when you consider the boundaries of the Navajo reservation that follows daylight saving time. This is made even more complicated by the Hopi Reservation, which is completely surrounded by the Navajo Reservation and, like the rest of Arizona, is choosing not to follow daylight saving time.
But the Navajo Reservation has an enclave within the Hopi Reservation that creates a time zone map of Arizona during summer time that looks like this. In theory, you could be driving in a straight line and hitting all of these points and having to turn your watch back and forth an hour while driving while in the same state. And while road trips like this one can be a lot of fun, you might want to test your driving first in a game like The Crew 2, which is a completely open world, which means they have modeled the entire US and you drive and race through them all can drive away.
Not only in cars, but also in boats, motorcycles and airplanes. As someone who is both into article games and driving a car, I really enjoyed playing this and if you are into car games or racing games, you sure will too. If you think you're interested, there is a link in the description where you can check it out next.
Thank you for watching and I'll see you next week for another new article.
Time Zone: By default, Zoom will use the time zone set in your profile. Click the drop-down menu to select a different time zone. Recurring meeting: Check if you would like a recurring meeting (the meeting ID will remain the same for each session). This will open up additional recurrence options. .
Eastern Standard Time (EST), when observing standard time (autumn/winter), are five hours behind Coordinated Universal Time (UTC?05:00). Eastern Daylight Time (EDT), when observing daylight saving time (spring/summer), are four hours behind Coordinated Universal Time (UTC?04:00).
More Than 24 Time Zones
However, the International Date Line (IDL) creates 3 more. Also, several time zones are only 30 or 45 minutes apart, increasing the total number of standard time zones even further.
Windows 10 allows you to configure up to three different clocks: the primary clock set to your local time, plus two additional clocks with different time zones. You can view all three by clicking or hovering over the clock in the system tray. .
Click the Windows Start button and then click Control Panel. Click Date and Time. Click the Change Time Zone button. From the Time Zone menu, select your preferred time zone.
You can start your meeting at any time after you scheduled it. Non-recurring meeting ID will expire 30 days after the meeting is scheduled for or last started. You can also re-start the same meeting ID within the 30 days. A recurring meeting ID will expire 365 days after the meeting is started on the last occurrence.