This feature isn't in our roadmap at the moment, we will consider adding it for future releases
If you are planning to add it by yourself we'll be happy to integrate it, or if you need this feature to be implemented earlier send us a pvt for a quote
Anyway, I tested this and it does seem to store to the database with the offset. I think I can handle this but I'm open to any suggestions or concerns you might have.
Take in mind that in the database all times, for all users, must be registered in the same timezone, otherwise SInce you can experiment some unexpected results when see or manage data cross-user.
If you have all the users in the same timezone , you don't need tweek anything , just set up correclty the timezone on your server / installation : at server level, at php and mysql level or at forma.lms configuration
Remember also that the php and mysql must be set in the same timezone, because some time calculations are made by database and other by php.
there are the following two parameters you can set in config.php (and perhaps in core_setting table) to handle the time zone
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//$cfg['timezone'] = 'Europe/Rome'; //define if different from php.ini setting //$cfg['set_mysql_tz'] = false; //set mysql timezone same as php timezone , default false
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