Hi, We included this feature in a survey we conducted last year of our users and it received minimal interest. Therefore while it is still on our list of possible things to add in the future in will be at a lower priority than other features that received more votes. Jess
I just want to add my vote to such a feature. The ability to visualize concurrent timelines in a parallel fashion is critical to writing certain kinds of fiction. This is exactly what I need as well. So...BUMP
I would also like to add my vote. This would be very helpful to me as I have many time zones, as well as northern and southern hemisphere seasons.
I made myself an Excel spreadsheet to show time zones in various cities, as mine is on another planet with 26 hour days and 16 time zones. It was a bit convoluted trying to get the hours to flip back to 1:00 after 26:00, but it works. I'm going to do the same with north/south for the season differences.
This is two years later and it is still not a feature? how low of a priority is it for you guys?
Hi, Unfortunately it is still on the lower end of our priority list at the moment. Jess
I'll refer to my response on the other thread so we can have our communication in one place. But really, 4 years later no one seems interested in timezones in a age when people, and their stories, have friends and family across the globe