Talk:Timezoneconverter

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Re 'Tool to "convert" timezones for international online events'Edit

Hi. I saw your email in the mailing list with that subject. I think this might interest you: time-convertor@toolforge. It converts current time across various time-zones; you could save time zones you frequent; and you could also convert future times, taking care of DST. (CC @Lea Lacroix (WMDE):).
acagastya 14:47, 11 June 2020 (UTC)[]

See also toolforge:zonestamp deployed by User:TheDJ. Jean-Fred (talk) 15:16, 21 December 2020 (UTC)[]

Visual cue that the times have been convertedEdit

Hello, Would it be possible to add a visual cue that the hours have been converted? I don't know a different text or background colour, a stopwatch emoji ⏱️ after the time, or even displaying explicitely "UTC" for people who don't have the gadget and the local timezone for those who have it... (I'm asking, because this afternoon, I didn't notice that I've been logged out of meta, and thus didn't notice either that the Celtic knot conference hours page was back to UTC...) -Ash Crow (talk) 15:31, 10 July 2020 (UTC)[]

Feature request - show multiple timesEdit

Most people using this tool will not have personal settings configured, and so they will see UTC. Since this tool will often be used on outreach pages, anything which increases the accessibility is helpful. I request some field which publishes multiple times, in anticipation of global attendance by new users. For example, someone might enter "-4" and "+5.5" to also show times in New York/EST and India/IST.

This is a great tool. What I want to avoid is putting new users on a page with UTC when we have reason to believe they will all have to hunt down further conversion. Blue Rasberry (talk) 21:46, 7 October 2020 (UTC)[]

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