Applies To: Outlook for Windows
You can add a second time zone in Outlook in case that you travel or you have other coworkers in a different time zone, and you want to be able to plan in that time zone. Adding a second time zone in Outlook is the same as changing time zones in the Windows Control Panel, and the change is reflected in the time displays in all other Microsoft Windows-based programs.
Add a second time zone
When you change the time zone setting in Outlook, all Calendar views are updated so that they display the new time zone, and all Calendar items reflect the new time zone.
1. Click the File tab.
2. Click Options.
3. On the Calendar tab, under Time zones, type a name for the current time zone in the Label box.
4. Select Show a second time zone and name it.
5. To see the changes, open calendar and select schedule view. You will see all your time zones.