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The Pomodoro technique is there to help you improve your focus and get your work done. It is (only) a means to an (that) end. Why would you want to 'claim a pomodoro'? Is it not a measure for anything. Don't try to use it as a unit of time registration. If you need (to attend) meetings schedule them as necessary, they have nothing to do with pomodoros. With ...


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The Pomodoro Technique is designed for concentration. It's a poor measure of work where all you need to the job is to be present (meetings, service, selling food). And a poor measure of things where you're not at threat of losing focus (being in court, surgery). In general, I won't clock a meeting in Pomodoros. You actually want meetings to be short and 5 ...


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If I am understanding your question and all the comments, you want to have some appointments that adjust for the local time when you change time zones, and others that are always at the same fixed hour of the day, no matter what time zone you are in. Outlook doesn't do that. See ...


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Outlook certainly does have a time zone function. You haven't said what version of outlook you are using. I am currently on 2010 so this is the set-up for this version (older versions will be similar - though lacking the ribbon pre-2007) If you set up your appointment, on the ribbon next to recurrence there is a globe with 'time zones' underneath. Hit ...



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