Find the current time offset – displayed in whole hours only – from Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) at the bottom of the map. UTC offsets in diagonally striped areas are not whole hours. The map always shows current local times, and it changes appearance as places switch between standard time and DST. Time values are not stored in UTC. To express UTC times in the local time, you must provide a time zone. The time zone controls the offset from UTC that is the equivalent of the local time. For example, the offset for Moscow is UTC+3. Your preferred time zone is first set according to the Windows locale of your computer, although it. Time Changes in UTC Over the Years Daylight Saving Time (DST) changes do not necessarily occur on the same date every year. Time zone changes for: Recent/upcoming years 2020 — 2029 2010 — 2019 2000 — 2009 1990 — 1999 1980 — 1989 1970 — 1979 1960 — 1969 1950 — 1959 1925 — 1949 1900 — 1924 1850 — 1899 1800 — 1849.
How to quickly convert UTC/GMT time to local time?
If you are working in an international company, you may need to know and deal with different local times of multiple zones. And to get the different local times, you need to use UTC/GMT time. Here this tutorial can tell you how to calculate the local time based on the UTC/GMT time in Excel.
UTC—Coordinated Universal Time
GMT -- Greenwich Mean Time
Convert UTC/GMT time to local time with Kutools for Excel
Convert UTC/GMT time to local time with formulas
Supposing there is a city—Tokyo whose local time is ahead 9 hours to GMT time, and you can convert the GMT time to its local time by following these steps：
1. Select a blank cell and enter the current GMT time into it, here take A2 for instances. To get the current GMT, you can take reference from this http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/
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2. Select a blank cell and enter one formula of below, and press Enter to get the local time. See screenshot:
=A2 + TIME(9,0,0)
=A2 + (9 / 24)
(1) In above formulas, 9 is the number of hours the local time ahead to GMT, and you can change it as you need, if the local time is backward to the GMT, you just can change the plus sign + to minus sign -.
(2) The formula =A2 + (9 / 24) will return a decimal number. For converting the decimal number to time, please select the decimal number, and click Home > Number Format > Time.
Convert UTC/GMT time to local time with Kutools for Excel
There is a handy tool – Formula Helper in Kutools for Excel, which includes multiple useful and powerful functions can help you do some complex calculation. And to convert GMT/UTC to local time, the Add hours to date of Formulas can do you a favor.
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After free installing Kutools for Excel, please do as below: Sourcetree without bitbucket.
1. Enter the GMT time into a blank cell, A2 for instance, and select a blank cell, B2, which will get the local time you want. See screenshot:
2. Click Kutools > Formula Helper > Formula Helper, then in the popping Formulas Helper dialog, select Add hours to date from the Choose a formula list, and in Arguments input section, select the GMT time to Date Time textbox, and enter the time difference between local time and GMT time in to Number textbox. See screenshot:
3. Click Ok, and the local time has been gotten. See screenshot:
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- To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.Oh boy.. Where do I start? Maybe simply by pointing out ..
A) local time in many cases is not a simple offset throughout the whole year. ( DST, Daylight saving time )
B) the local time definition may change from one year to the next due to political changes.
- To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.When UTC time is entered as a series of numbers (for example '1258119969'), you can use this formula to convert it to CST - [b]=(((D:D/60)/60)/24)+DATE(1970,1,1)-TIME(6,0,0)[/b] (where D equals the cell with the UTC time in it).
1258119969 11/13/09 7:46 AM
You can adjust for the time zone that you are in by changing the number is the TIME section. I have it set for CST so six hours are subtracted from the formula (GMT).
I don't know if Kutools has a better way of doing this or not.
- To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.When UTC time is presented as a series of numbers (like this '1258119969' for example), use this formula - =(((D:D/60)/60)/24)+DATE(1970,1,1)-TIME(6,0,0) (where D equals the cell with the UTC time in it). Depending on what time zone you are in, you would adjust the TIME number. This example is for CST, so six hours was subtracted from the GMT formula.
1258119969 11/13/09 7:46 AM
I don't know if Kutools has a better way to do this or not.
This article provides information about date and time fields, and time zones.
Date and time fields
There are three types of date and time fields that correspond to different data types in the database:
- Combined date/time fields – These fields are the preferred method of entering date and time data. The utcdatetime data type stores time and date data in a single field in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). UTC is the primary time standard by which the world regulates clocks and time. It is, within about 1 second, mean solar time at 0° longitude; it does not observe daylight saving time. Time zones around the world are expressed using positive or negative offsets from UTC. For most purposes, UTC is considered interchangeable with Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). The current version of UTC is defined by International Telecommunications Union Recommendation (ITU-R TF.460-6).
- Date fields – These fields are used to enter dates only. The date data type stores a day, month, and year. However, these values are not stored in UTC and cannot be associated with a time zone.
- Time fields – These fields are used to display the number of seconds that have elapsed since midnight on the current date. The timeofDay data type stores an integer value. Time values are not stored in UTC.
To express UTC times in the local time, you must provide a time zone. The time zone controls the offset from UTC that is the equivalent of the local time. For example, the offset for Moscow is UTC+3. Your preferred time zone is first set according to the Windows locale of your computer, although it might have been changed by an administrator. Your preferred time zone is used only when displaying combined dates and times. To set the preferred time zone for a user, go to Users page. The page will show the list of users of the system. Select the user that you want to set the preferred time zone for, and click User options. On the Language and region tab, select the preferred time zone.
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