Homeslice

Find time across timezones

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#5 Product of the DaySeptember 01, 2014
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Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Instant bookmark. Our team is in 5 different time zones and I frequently have to google their current time.
Tom MoorHiring@tommoor · Building Abstract
@rrhoover by the way, we display local time on everyone in Sqwiggle ... just saying ;)
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
@tommoor very smart. Slack and other team communication tools should do this.
Andy TaylorMaker@andytlr · Designer
Hey, this is my thing.nnThere are heaps of others out there. I found the best designed focused on lots of timezones rather than two or three.nnWould love to hear feedback if/when you have a use for it.
Anuj Adhiya@anujadhiya · Engagement/Analytics at GrowthHackers
There's already quite a few desktop apps that show different time zones you'd commonly look up. Can't see what this is doing that's so different/better.
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
@AnujAdhiya Homeslice isn't revolutionary but it does one simple thing well and is accessible from any browser. What desktop apps would you recommend?
Joel@myunderpants · iOS Dev to the Stars
@rrhoover I use the world clock in Dashboard for this. One clock per time zone you care about, one keystroke to check it.
Anuj Adhiya@anujadhiya · Engagement/Analytics at GrowthHackers
@rrhoover No question that it doing one thing and one thing well. To me, it's more about how well any and all such single-use tools fit into (or make me deviate from) my existing workflow & habits (which includes Googling). I'm a Windows user and in v8 or 7, you can simply configure the clock to show 3 time zones when you hover over it: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-... I also know people who, like you, need to see more than 3 timezones and use this: http://apps.microsoft.com/window... (@erictwillis & @jasoncrawford mentioned the web version of this) Not sure what a Mac alternative might be but it's hard to imagine that someone on PH doesn't know of one.
Jason CrawfordPro@jasoncrawford · Chopping wood, carrying water
I use timeanddate.com for this, lots of useful utilities there
Eric WillisHunter@erictwillis · Working on something new
@jasoncrawford I use timeanddate.com as well. However, this does have a really nice design and it does just one thing very nicely.
Seth Berman@sethjberman · Director of Engagement Marketing, Adobe
Perfect that it defaults to Melbourne. That's my company (Redbubble) headquarters. I've been trying a few things to help with the time difference. Adding another timezone to Google Calendar is helpful, but it doesn't note the difference in day. The other web tools are fine, but they require entering times, sliding things, etc. This seems dead simple, and I'll give it a try.