Before pinning down the specific time you'd like to have your sessions, think about who your audience is and what countries they will likely be from. 

Normally, even with international audiences, there will be a certain time frame that will work for most of them. 

If your audiences are mostly from the US and Asia:

5pm - 9pm, Pacific Time (which is morning time in Asia) will be a good option.

If your audiences are mostly from the US and Europe:

8am-12pm, Pacific Time (which is evening time in Europe) will be a good option.

We also recommend the following websites to help you coordinate time zones:

  • World Clock Meeting Planner
  • Slack bot
  • Every Time Zone
  • Try this Google Calendar trick: From your main calendar page, enter settings and you’ll see an option to set your time zone along with an additional time zone. You can add any time zone you need there. So now your calendar will show the time of day along with the corresponding times for a second time zone. It’s very helpful if you regularly collaborate with someone in a different zone, like New York or Los Angeles.

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