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Post local time in the DNS service panel
by Sebastian Orellana on Monday, May 15, 2017

I need to set the local time in the DNS service panel but there is no where to edit the local time

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Post Re: local time in the DNS service panel
by timothytw on Monday, May 15, 2017

We are very sorry but the time displayed in the control panel is MST time zone only. We are working on allowing the option of local time.

We apologize for the inconvenience. Thank you for your patience.

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Post Re: local time in the DNS service panel
by brueckner on Friday, June 16, 2017

Question: Is it true that Dynu always displays Mountain Standard Time and does not switch to daylight saving time? If so, during the winter you're the same time as Denver, but when most of us switch to DST, you're the same time as Los Angeles.

I know Arizona doesn't observe DST. I went to school in Prescott, and after four years some of my friends back east never could figure out why my time changed relative to theirs.

Thanks,
Scott B

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by timothytw on Friday, June 16, 2017

Hey Scott. Currently only MST is being displayed. But the function to switch time zones is under development.

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Post Re: local time in the DNS service panel
by brueckner on Friday, June 16, 2017

Thanks, Timothy. I get that you're displaying your local time, but I was specifically asking for confirmation (or repudiation) that you ALWAYS display STANDARD time and do NOT switch to DAYLIGHT SAVING time (which appears to be true from observing your site's behavior).

If so, it might be confusing to some of your customers. For example, I'm in the Eastern time zone and DAYLIGHT SAVING time is in effect. When it's 3:00 pm here, your site will say it's 12:00 noon; however, when we go back to STANDARD time, when it's 3:00 pm here, your site will say it's 1:00 pm. Right?

Scott B

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by rahsharma on Saturday, June 17, 2017

Yes. The time displayed on the website is always Mountain Standard Time.

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by vesey on Friday, August 4, 2017

brueckner wrote:Thanks, Timothy. I get that you're displaying your local time, but I was specifically asking for confirmation (or repudiation) that you ALWAYS display STANDARD time and do NOT switch to DAYLIGHT SAVING time (which appears to be true from observing your site's behavior).

If so, it might be confusing to some of your customers. For example, I'm in the Eastern time zone and DAYLIGHT SAVING time is in effect. When it's 3:00 pm here, your site will say it's 12:00 noon; however, when we go back to STANDARD time, when it's 3:00 pm here, your site will say it's 1:00 pm. Right?

Scott B
The control panel time zone selection has been released. You can now choose your local timezone in your Account Profile page in the control panel.

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