show local time with timezone in profile card user
Show local time with timezone in profile card user what would be great acting with an international team. My team members are spread around the globe and it is handy to see quickly what the local time is in the place they are hanging out at that moment for the choice of seeking direct or indirect contact.
Tim Thomas commented
It would be nice to see your team member's local time by hovering over name or in some other way without having to click anywhere.
Graham O'Neale commented
Yes, here please in the avatar hover
agree to add this function into Teams, which will be helpful of the daily works. thanks!
Kevin Watford commented
I would love to have this feature!
Paul Allen commented
I would like to see the time displayed under each name during a meeting and also some indicator or morning, noon, or night using color or icons so that it is detectable at a glance without looking at the hours and minutes under each name. A cool trick would be to put a dot around the profile picture of each attendee that is positioned like a 12 hour clock with day/night designated by color. 3 PM would be a dot directly to the right of the profile pic and would be yellow and 9 PM would be a dot directly to the left of the profile pic and would be blue.
Scott Edwards commented
Good idea, agree with permanently showing at top of chat window for one on one chats. Would be good to indicate in some form if outside of business hours for someone if you @ mention them.
Profile card would be good, but I'd like to see an option to also display it at the top, next to their name.
John Doe, 8:22a
Dean F commented
+1 this is a great idea.
Jeremy Cade commented
This is something that Slack does well.
Great idea, if we could see it in the profile card that pops up when click on their image icon that would help significantly. 17000+ staff globally get's tricky very quickly
Iain Fraser commented
This would be a huge help for us. I'm in Australia and I often forget which US city particular teammates are in (some of them are roaming, also) and I find it hard to remember which timezone they're in as a result.