How to display ubuntu multiple timezones on desktop?

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I  know how to  add  multiple time zones on ubuntu desktop system tray from the limited time zone selection by using time and date settings. I want to know how to get any time zone to my desktop (working offline) and is there any free software to customize the display arrangement of ubuntu multiple time zones on desktop?   

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How to display ubuntu multiple timezones on desktop?

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Hello,

To display multiple time zones on Ubuntu, the following procedures can be followed:

1.       Go to top panel and click on Clock then Time and finally on date settings.

2.       Disable “Monthly calendar“  option and enable  “Time in other locations” option.

3.       Select on Choose location. In this option, you can add or remove locations in the settings.  You can add a new location such as Boston to your list. To perform location addition, click “+” symbol and choose the location you want to add .

4.       Check your panel again to see the difference if your new time zone is added.

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How to display ubuntu multiple timezones on desktop?

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To begin with, go through the time displayed within the Ubuntu technique tray at the summit screen. Next, click on” Time & Date Settings” as shown below. Next, within the Period & Time frame discussion, visit Wall clock tab along with a break around the Time in different Areas.

Thereafter, the Select Area's choice just beneath that obtains lively along with you'll want to visit that. Next, within Areas, you can begin putting the actual cities that you intend to want to screen sometime sector.

The moment completed, go through the time with an Ubuntu technique tray at the summit screen again and you can notice several time areas and specific zones displayed within the lower down the listing because proven below.

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