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Outlook for Mac is now more powerful for managing your time across different time zones. We're now shipping two of our most-requested calendar features: display second time zone on Calendar grid, and allow setting of start/end time zones in events.
These features are now available to Insider Fast starting from version 16.11(180214). Enabling second time zone in Calendar grid requires an Office 365 subscription.
You can new add a second time zone on the calendar grid so you can easily refer. To show the second time zone, go to Outlook > Preferences > Calendar, or by right-clicking the grid to see the second time zone options :
To schedule an event with a start time and end time being in different time zones (for example, a flight across time zones), simply toggle on the "Time Zone" option via Ribbon, or via menu Message > Time Zone:
We would love to hear from you, so please provide feedback and report bugs via Help > Contact Support. If you would like to see enhancements and additions to this feature, (or Outlook for Mac as a whole), please vote for the idea on our UserVoice site (Help > Suggest a Feature).
Q. I am on the latest version of Outlook for Mac 16.11 (180214), but I am not seeing the new features.
A: We are gradually rolling out the release of second time zone on Calendar grid, it will be fully released to all Insider Fast by 2/15. So stay tuned if you don't see the new feature for now. Also make sure you activated Outlook for Mac with an Office 365 subscription license.