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I am looking for a tool that would make it easier to schedule/plan a meeting with participants in different time zones. I am not necessarily looking for a tool that sends out the invitations etc. but I am looking for a tool which would display all the selected timezones next to each other so that I can see the different local time at a glance.

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A bit old, but perhaps a round up of more recent ones could be helpful: - Doesn't show every timezone but a good bunch of them at the same time + Pretty interface + Easy to see how times "flow" over days and locations - Can't set own location - Not the most intuitive - Time zones in graphical interface + Easy to find times with graphical interface, just dragging bubbles + Can add as many locations as you want - Not so many features - Offers lots of features + Many features (send to calendar, integrate with Google, widgets etc.) + Clean and nice interface + Good search box - Too much information - Maximum 4 locations in free version

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