If you are working internationally, Outlook offers a Time Zone tool. This tool allows the user, when scheduling meetings, to see a recipient’s time zone (and vice versa), which makes scheduling digital meetings an easier task. Additionally, whilst sending meeting invitations, you can set the time zone to one different from your own. For example, the recipient of your meeting invite is based in Beijing, however, you are based in the UK. For the convenience of your recipient, you can send the invite to present as a relevant time zone for Beijing.