Any work around for time zones

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<p>I have customers all across the US and am looking for any creative solutions to sending out emails specific to a time zone when the recipient list contains customers in all zones. Basically, I would like to send an email at 10am in each zone rather than 10 am Eastern, 9 am central, 8 am mountain and 7 am western.&nbsp;</p>

Hi !


Thank you for reaching out to the Community! We are currently tracking the request to schedule a campaign to send based on the contact's timezone. I have tracked this on your behalf and we will send you an email once this feature has been updated. In the meantime, you can either continue sending all at one time, or perhaps split your contacts into seperate lists based on time zone, and then schedule a copy to go out to each list. 

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I sell across the US, too.  I choose to send campaigns all of my customers mid-day knowing that most people are out of bed and checking their inboxes.   

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