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I already installed gnome-clocks and added some new time zones in it.

In addition, I installed gnome-tweak-tool and enabled Ubuntu appindicators.

I still don't see an option to add world clocks to the top bar. What am I missing?

  • is it appearing un the dateMenu which is on the middle 0f t0p baR?? – PRATAP May 3 at 4:43
  • No, that's where I want it to appear. I see notifications on the left and the calendar on the right after I click the middle of the top bar – CaramelFix May 3 at 4:46
  • I just installed gnome-clocks and here is the outcome.. i.stack.imgur.com/wj9JP.png Did you configure anything after a fresh install of Ubuntu 20.04 – PRATAP May 3 at 4:51
  • That's strange. The Add World Clock button is missing in mine. I installed gnome-tweak-tool right away to disable animations. I will remove and re install gnome-clocks and see if that changes anything – CaramelFix May 3 at 4:57
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I had installed gnome-clocks from Ubuntu software center. Removed it and reinstalled using

sudo apt install gnome-clocks

That solved the problem.

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