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Dear Lifehacker, For the most part, my phone and my laptop pick up automatically when I change time zones. But it seems like something always goes wrong, either in planning or on the spot, and I miss something important. What should I do to prevent future time zone mix-ups? Sincerely, Frequent Time Traveller


The Google Friends newsletter points out in a recent issue that Google has now made it possible to find the time in locations in all over the world. Next time you do a web search, type "time" followed by a city, state,

or country and Google will return the time for your desired location. If you enter a location with multiple time zones, we'll display results for all applicable time zones; or, if you enter a location in multiple states or countries, we'll show all locations with a similar name so you can choose between them. You can also simply enter the search term "time" to find your local time; however, this particular feature does not seem to be working completely consistently yet.

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