|Nov 9, 2012, 02:48 PM||#1|
Calendar (also iPhone) - how to enter event with different start/end timezones
This should be easy but I can't see how to do it. For travel, I need to set the start and end time of events (specifically flights) to different timezones.
I ended up using BusyCal on my Mac and Pocket Informant on my iPhone. These apps both let me do this and once the event was created, it was correct in my calendars. However, if I look at the event in Calendar on Mac or iPhone, it doesn't show the 2 different timezones.
I was hoping that OSX 10.8 and iOS 6 would fix this but it doesn't look like it. Anyone have more info on this? Any way to get it to work with the Apple apps? Does Apple not care about business people (or just tourists) who take airplanes that cross timezones?
Using timezones was great for my recent trip and a thousand times better than hacking the times like I used to do.
Thanks for any help!
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