The world clock block is part of Airtable Blocks, a Pro plan feature. Blocks let you extend the functionality of your bases: you can use blocks to bring new information into Airtable, visualize and summarize your records in colorful ways, and even directly integrate your Airtable bases with your favorite apps.
The world clock block adds a live clock to your base, calibrated to the time zone of a city of your choosing. You can customize the clock's appearance (digital, analog, or both) and give it a color and label.
Watch this video to learn more about how to set up and use a world clock block, or read on for further information.
When you first add a countdown block to your base, it'll automatically open the new block's settings page.
Under the Clock type settings, you can choose to display the clock as digital, analog, or both.
From the City dropdown menu, pick the city whose time you want to display on the clock. You can search for specific cities by typing a search query. If the specific city you want is not represented in the menu, pick a city in the same timezone as the timezone you want to display.
Pick a color for your clock from the available swatches, and—if you want—give the clock a custom label. If you don't give the clock a custom label, the clock will automatically be labeled with the name of the city you chose in the City dropdown menu. If you do give the clock a custom label, it will overwrite the name of the city.