Multiple timezone view of Scheduler


Assuming the data is always provided in GMT/UTC format, do you have any plans to implement a resource scheduler that would allow multiple timelines to be shown (to allow resource scheduling over multiple timezones).

GMT 07am 08am 09am 10am
EET 09am 10am 11am 12pm

Resource 1 (EET)
Resource 2 (EET)
Resource 3 (GMT)
Resource 4 (EET)

To allow such a view would clearly need the all timezone offset and daylight saving rule data available. However, the component could insist that this data is provided by the server.

Many thanks.

Best regards

Keith White
Synergist Express Ltd, UK.

Nope, there are no such plans.

Handling timezone math on client side will complicate and slowdown code a lot


Thanks for the reply.

Is it possible to set the local timezone for a timeline? I’m thinking another way to show this could be split into more than one scheduler area, so one scheduler area for each timezone - date/time mappings would still be needed, of course.

This is for a commercial application, where we have developed a desktop scheduler which allows multiple timezones in one display, but we are looking to provide a web-based equivalent. Our server piece can provide GMT <–> Local date/time point mappings for each timezone required including daylight saving changes. With timeline data provided for each timezone/date/time slot being displayed, I don’t think the client side would be slowed down overly as no additional math would be needed.

Do you undertake paid-for development work to provide enhancements of this nature?

Many thanks again for your quick reply.

Best regards

Currently scheduler can show data only in the current timezone of browser. Implementing a custom timezone will require a serious changes in the codebase

Do you undertake paid-for development work to provide enhancements of this nature?

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