Data collected with Hotjar is timestamped in UTC on our servers, then displayed in the timezone set within your browser.
We determine your timezone based on the settings in your browser.
For example, if a user were to browse a site in the EST at 10:00, and someone in the CEST were to view the recording - the time would be converted to that timezone and be shown as 16:00.
If date/time of data collection is earlier than start of this year: Display “Day Month Year”, eg. “13 March 2017”.
If date/time of data collection is older than a week: Display “Day Month”, eg. “13 March”.
If date/time of data collection is less than a week: Display according to following table:
Timestamps downloaded/exported from Hotjar are not in local timezone
When exporting data, timestamps are shown in UTC.
By hovering over the text in the date field, a tooltip should appear. This tooltip indicates the exact date/time of when the Recording ended converted to your current timezone.