The Scheduler has a timezone
option, which is used to tell the widget in what timezone the scheduler events are created and stored on the server. If the timezone is not set the scheduler will use the current timezone. This means that users with different timezone settings will see different start and end times. Setting the timezone of the scheduler would make it display the same start and end times regardless of the current user timezone.
Based on the given information, I believe that you can set the widget timezone to "Etc/UTC" and persist the dates on the server in UTC. Thus you will be able to display events regardless of the client timezone. This online demo
uses exactly this approach. You can also check this help article
, which depicts specific steps how to bind to a remote service.
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