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Frequently asked questions

Answers to frequently asked questions about Time.is. If you have a question that is not answered here, please contact us!

Using Time.is

How do I change my home location?

To change the home/default location, follow these steps:

  1. Use the search box in the upper right corner to open the page of the location or time zone of your choice.
  2. Scroll down to the "make default" button (in the "time zone" section).
  3. Press the button.

The front page of Time.is will now show the time for your chosen location or time zone.

How do I add or delete a favorite location or time zone?

To delete a favorite location or time zone, click on it, and then scroll down to the button that says "remove from favorites". Press the button.

To add a favorite location or time zone, look it up through the search box, and then scroll down to the button that says "add to favorites". Press the button.

Your configuration is stored in cookies, so please make sure that your browser does not block cookies and that cookies are not deleted when you quit your browser.

Why is my configuration reset every time I restart my browser?

The configuration on Time.is is stored in cookies. To keep your configuration after a browser restart, your browser must be configured to keep cookies between sessions.

Hungry firewalls and browser extensions may also eat your cookies.

How can I find the time for other locations and time zones?

Press the search icon in the upper right corner, then type in your query. You can also find a list of major locations on the home page and the time zones page.

Does Time.is adjust the time of my device?

We wish, but unfortunately, no. Because of operating system restrictions, a web page can not change the system time. When the Time.is web page loads, the displayed time is synchronized to our server time, but your system clock time is unchanged.

How do I change between 12 and 24 hour display?

There's an option for 12/24 hour mode on the configuration page.

Keeping the correct time

How can I make my system time more accurate?

We recommend that you make sure your system is configured to synchronize automatically to a time server.

You may get better results by using a time server close to your geographical location. For a list of time servers, see The NTP Pool Project.

 
 
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