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Mgodby
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Is there anyway to set the timezone for Office365Outlook.FindMeetingTimes

Is there anyway to use Office365Outlook.FindMeetingTimes and set the timezone for the times returned? 

So if I have a meeting at 6:30 am pst it will then instead show that I have a meeting for 3:30 am instead in est? Is this possible? The create a meeting function has a timezone parameter but I can't find one for Office365Outlook.FindMeetingTimes. Does it just use the time zone of your office 365 calendar?

Thank you.

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v-xiaochen-msft
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Hi @Mgodby ,

 

1\ The Meeting suggestions are based on your outlook calendar settings.

In other words, it will return different results according to the time zone,working date,start time and end time you set.

In addition, it should be noted that some time zones have daylight saving time.

 

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2\ The time returned by this function is UTC time.

If the user is in a different region/country and you want to display the local suggested time, I suggest you use this formula:

DateAdd(DateTimeValue(ThisItem.meetingTimeSlot.start.dateTime),TimeZoneOffset(DateTimeValue(ThisItem.meetingTimeSlot.start.dateTime)))

 

This will return the local time.

 

Best Regards,
Wearsky
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v-xiaochen-msft
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Hi @Mgodby ,

 

1\ The Meeting suggestions are based on your outlook calendar settings.

In other words, it will return different results according to the time zone,working date,start time and end time you set.

In addition, it should be noted that some time zones have daylight saving time.

 

v-xiaochen-msft_1-1620183234835.png

v-xiaochen-msft_2-1620183283076.png

 

2\ The time returned by this function is UTC time.

If the user is in a different region/country and you want to display the local suggested time, I suggest you use this formula:

DateAdd(DateTimeValue(ThisItem.meetingTimeSlot.start.dateTime),TimeZoneOffset(DateTimeValue(ThisItem.meetingTimeSlot.start.dateTime)))

 

This will return the local time.

 

Best Regards,
Wearsky
If my post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help others. Thanks.

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