This article walks through the process of capturing and detecting a user's time zone at the point of registration. This information can then be used to display time-related information in the local zone of the user. Note that, in most cases, you should still store datetime information in UTC; the time zone is only used for local display. This setup assumes a site running Razor Pages in ASP.NET Core 2.2, although there's nothing particularly framework-specific in what follows. The same ideas should carry over quite easily to, for example, a regular ASP.NET MVC site. We start with a basic registration page: Register.cshtml @page @model RegisterModel <h1> Create an account </h1> <form method= "post" > <div asp-validation-summary= "ModelOnly" ></div> <div class= "form-group" > <label asp-for= "FirstName" ></label> <input asp-for= "FirstName"