By Jason Snell
May 31, 2019 9:22 AM PT
Applications Folder: CalZones
I work with people who live nowhere near me.
Put together all my collaborators on various projects who live in the Bay Area and you’d barely be able to fill a small conference room. (There are four, by my count, including Roman, my editor at Macworld.)
Everyone else I work with is somewhere else in the world. And with a few exceptions, most of them do not work in the Pacific time zone. Which means that I do a lot of interpreting of different time zones when setting up meetings or calls or podcast sessions. There are the four major U.S. time zones, sure, but I’ve also got international collaborators, who add even more complication to the mix.
Fortunately, these days my web scheduler of choice, Doodle, does the right thing and supports time zones. But there’s also a new calendar app for iOS that has been built for people in situations like mine.…