Users in different time zones

When you record time in Everhour, your system time is used. Then, Everhour converts that time to UTC and stores the converted value in the database When you later view the time in Everhour interface, the current system time zone is used.

Example

Mike from Belarus works from 8-9 AM (UTC+3) and records that time in Everhour. Everhour converts it to 5-6 AM (its corresponding UTC value) and stores it in the database. When John from Sydney checks the time log, he sees that Mike worked from 3-4 PM (displayed in his UTC+7 time). When Emily from San Francisco checks the time log, she sees that Mike worked from 22-23 PM (displayed in her UTC-10 time).

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