About the Personal World Clock
Create a Personal World Clock to see the current local times in up to 50 cities on one page.
How to Use the Personal World Clock
Adding a city
Click on the green plus (+) icon on the right-hand side. Enter the name of the city you wish to add, then click “Save”.
Deleting a city
Click on the red pen icon on the right-hand side. Then click on the red cross (x) for the city you wish to remove.
Changing the layout
Click on “Clocks”, “Compact” or “Table” above the clock.
Showing or hiding items
Click on the blue gear wheel icon on the right-hand side. In the list, select the items you wish to see for each city.
Changing the order of cities
Click on the red pen icon on the right-hand side. A symbol depicting four arrows pointing outwards appears above each city. Hold the symbol, then drag and drop the city to a different place.
Using the auto-sort options
The cities in your Personal World Clock can be automatically ordered alphabetically or by current local time. Click on the links in the top-right corner to select one of the following methods:
- City – alphabetically by city name
- Country – alphabetically by country name
- Time – by current local time
Entering a different name for a city
Click on the red pen icon on the right-hand side, then on the grey pen symbol next to the city you wish to rename. Enter a name into the text field and press Enter.
Best With Free User Account
You can create a Personal World Clock any time, but if you want to save it, we recommend that you log in to a free user account. Not only will this give you access to additional functions, it will also save your settings on timeanddate.com's servers, so you can use them from any computer, phone or tablet.
If your local system clock is altered in any way, the Personal World Clock will be altered by the same amount. In that case, please refresh/reload the page in your web browser to re-synchronize the clocks.
Problem: Wrong Cities
The Personal World Clock shows the wrong time or wrong cities: Press the Reload/Refresh button in your browser. If that does not help, try doing the same while holding the shift key down.
Problem: Cities Not Saved
No cities are saved: Your Personal World Clock might be working for weeks, months or years, and then suddenly the settings disappear. If you are not registered, your settings are not stored on the timeanddate.com site, but in a file (cookie) on your computer. If the cookies for timeanddate.com are somehow deleted, your Personal World Clock settings will be lost and you will need to reconfigure the clock.