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Which time zone? ('GMT')
Thread poster: Nigel Skipper
Nigel Skipper
Local time: 18:02
Swedish to English
Aug 6, 2003

I may well have missed this by not reading absolutely everything available on the ProZ site (there's an awfull lot!), but how does ProZ handle timezones. I mean the timestamp that appears next to a job posting or Kudoz posting - is it according to the time zone of the submitter, or is it ProZ's own time zone (whichever of the American time zones that might be)?

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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 18:02
English to German
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UTC (GMT) Aug 6, 2003

Hi Nigel,
I may well have missed this by not reading absolutely everything available on the ProZ site (there's an awfull lot!),

No need to do that - you can use the Search function on the left.

but how does ProZ handle timezones. I mean the timestamp that appears next to a job posting or Kudoz posting - is it according to the time zone of the submitter, or is it ProZ's own time zone (whichever of the American time zones that might be)?

Actually, this is answered in the FAQ

HTH - Ralf


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Nigel Skipper
Local time: 18:02
Swedish to English
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Thanks! Aug 7, 2003

Many thanks! I now know about the FAQ and search facilities as well!
And yes, some people make job postings at very curious times (like 03:15 from Italy)!

//Nigel


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