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November 17, 2014

Time Zone Converter in Google Search

I'm not sure if this is a new Google feature, but it's pretty useful. You could always ask Google "what's the time in Mountain View?", "what's the time in Australia?" or "time in GMT". Now you can also convert time zones. For example, you can convert "PDT to EST", "2PM GMT to EST" or "10 PM in Mountain View in Vienna time".

You can also search for "10 AM in San Francisco is what time in London?".

If you search for "10 PM in Mountain View in Australia time", Google shows the time in Canberra and mentions that Australia has 13 time zones, while linking to the search results for "time in Australia".

{ via Matt Cutts and Search Engine Roundtable }

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