I have a daily routine of things I like to do in terms of waking up, workout, yoga, meditation, breakfast, lunch etc. When I travel from PT to ET and back I'd like some of these things to be at a fixed time across time zones. Especially, since I sync my iPhone and iPad to Outlook calendar and would like some intelligence from the systems in this respect.
How do I ensure certain things follow/ move and stick with the TIME ZONE I am in (as per System Time Zone) ( Which I can change manually when travelling from PT to ET)
Certain things e.g. Work Meetings / Conference Calls stay as they are on Calendar and do not follow Time Zone but recalculate?
I am using Outlook + iTunes/ iCloud + iPhone.
I basically just want my 'wake up, exercise, yoga, breakfast and self-scheduling PERSONAL appointments' to stay on the same TIMEs as per 'Local Time' no matter which 'timezone' or wherever I go.
I want the 'meetings' with others (received from others or created by me) to stay true to Global Time and maintain its displacement from GMT across time zones.
I will try this out. I am guessing and hoping there is some way to Sync the following: Outlook <> Google Calendar <> iCloud <> iPhone?
Which ones should I mark with a timezone and which ones leave it time zone free?
e.g. My 'PERSONAL' (appointments & reminders with myself) daily routine of exercise, yoga, medicines etc (Need to be "attached" to the same time in CURRENT time zone, no matter what time zone I am in) and 'EXTERNAL' (appointments & meetings with others) will need to "recalculate" across time zones and maintain its displacement with GMT etc.
Is there any way to clearly demarcate between the above two? Some kind of setting or flag or check/ radio box?
Given that Outlook (2010) is the primary Calendar system for most of the Corporate world with loads of travelers, I figured MS would've had tweaked this little thing as a feature? Or Plugin/ Extension?
Does some kind of Calendaring system take this into account? e.g. Google? Then I'll sync with Google Calendar and get it to feed items to Outlook.