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    Planned  ·  mouse responded

    Just to provide some clarity – we actually already handle the timezone translation for both streamer and viewer, so viewers should be able to see exactly when you’re going live in their timezone. We realize it’s tricky because we don’t have any messaging that explains this, so we will be working to get that added.

    agooddalek supported this idea  · 
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    agooddalek commented  · 

    Reading the comments here, I don't think the Twitch developers understand what's being asked.

    I am a moderator/editor for a channel in a different country with a different time zone. When I go to edit the schedule, it says it's being saved in *my* time zone, and I'm given no option to change that.

    This is very bad, because when DST switches to Standard (and vice-versa), both countries do this on separate days, meaning the schedule will be incorrect for the streamer. The problem is even worse when editing schedules between northern and southern hemispheres.

    What I expect:
    I need to be able to specify the time zone on the schedule, along with DST/Standard designations.

    What I've tried:
    I've looked and looked, and there is no option for me to change my own time zone. I've changed the origin of my IP address, logged off and on again, cleared my cookies, and Twitch insists on using a saved time zone.