If you’re noticing some inconsistencies when it comes to your Calendar time zone or your scheduled Sessions, there are few things you can double check to ensure that everything appears accurately.

In this article, we’ll review:


Confirming your main account time zone is set correctly

First and foremost, make sure that the time zone for your HoneyBook account is accurate!

1. From any page, click your profile photo in the top right corner of your screen.

2. Select Company Settings from the menu.

3. In the Company Brand tab, scroll to the bottom to find the More Info section.

4. Select the appropriate option from the Time Zone drop down.


Confirming your Session time zone settings are set correctly

When creating the Session Types that you send to your clients (which makes it super easy for them to schedule time with you!), be sure to confirm that the time zone is set correctly in the Details section of the setup.

This should default to the time zone you set up in your Company Settings, but be sure to confirm that it’s the time zone you want for this particular Session. The availability you set will reflect this time zone, regardless of where your client is located — so, for example, a Session is set for Pacific Time with availability from 1:00-2:00pm, a client on Eastern Time would see that availability as 4:00-5:00pm.


What happens when you travel to a different time zone

When you travel to a different time zone, your HoneyBook Calendar will reflect the new time zone; as soon as you're home, it will revert back to your home time zone.


Managing your time zone in areas that do not observe daylight saving time

If you live in the areas of Arizona or Canada that don’t observe daylight saving time, be sure to select the option for your time zone that does not automatically adjust during time changes.

For example, those areas of Arizona that don't observe daylight saving time should select the MST time zone, instead of the MDT/MST time zone in your Company Settings.

Want to learn more?

Still have questions? Feel free to send us a message by clicking the Question Mark icon on any HoneyBook page. Our team is always happy to help!

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