Hello @tiffany ,
Thanks for following up.
Today I was able to see what the Calendly team is doing. And I have more details to provide.
First, in the calendar view, the timezone drop-down menu contains the current time. I find that is a good mechanism for whomever is looking at the timezone to get confirmation:
- If they are looking at their timezone, that it shows their local time;
- If they are looking at another timezone, it shows them what time it is there (provides some indication about whether it’s the correct timezone).
Second, somewhat as I suggested above, when you open the drop-down menu, you get to see, for every timezone not what the GMT/UTC time difference is, but instead, the local time at that timezone. Essentially this is serving a similar function.
I am not suggesting that Calendly has got it all figured out, BTW, as my search both of “New-Zealand” or “Wellington” suggests, I would not have found the New-Zealand timezone any easier:
On the other hand, if I had thought to look for “Auckland” I would have been happy: