Clock Widget

Clock Widget

Clock gauges allow you to visualize the time in a certain timezone. You can see the timezone, weekday, hour, minutes and seconds.

The outer circle contains 60 dots, with each one representing a second. When all of the dots turn blue, it means that a minute has passed.

After a full minute, the dots will be reset back to empty.

This widget works for both dashboards, Normal and Blueprint.

Time format

This widget will either display the 24-hour or the 12-hour format, based on your account's preferences.


By default, the clock will display the timezone set in your account. To change to a different timezone, head over to the Timezone tab of your widget and set a new one there.

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