I’ve been using Zapier forever and have been slowly migrating all of my Zaps to Make. However, there’s one Zap that seems to have a feature Make does not.
In Zapier, I can do a format of the Date/Time and define the FROM time, as well as the TO time. Since I schedule events across different states, I want them to all show up in my calendar using MY time zone as the start/end times so I can see when they are happening live.
However, in Make, it appears any attempts to modify the date/time using Timezones, always uses MY time zone as the “FROM” time.
Is there any way to natively convert a time Zone in Make so I can say Time A is America/New_York and Time B should be America/Phoenix?
If anyone knows a way to do this natively, feel free to respond. Otherwise, I found a way to do it using this post: Converting a received UTC time to a timezone - #4 by VIZO-O
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I think you are missing the link.
This tells me how to change my time zone, but the data flowing in can come from any time zone. Thus when I parse it I’d like to be able to define which timezone the “FROM/SOURCE” data is. I’ve managed to do this with that open API I posted, but would love for Make to inherently have this built in.
Hey, Its easy. Just add/remove the time difference. In this example I just added 5 hours to my time to get a timezone 5 hours ahead of me.
Clearly you didn’t read my post. I need to read a timezone w/wout DLS and convert it to my timezone. Not manually calculate.