update: I realize the formatting for this post is a bit screwed up. If anyone has any tips on fixing it I’d appreciate it. It looks fine in the editor view, but when I publish it everything gets screwy.
Today’s tip is a Gnome Desktop tweak that may be new to some of you. Did you know you can activate a weather applet as part of your desktop clock? You can also add locations around the globe, which can be a great way to keep track of day and night for all of your international buddies :).
Activating the Weather Applet
To activate the Weather Applet right-click on the desktop clock in the top-right of your screen and select “Preferences”.
Select the “Locations” tab, and “Add” a location.
You’ll need to find your location around the globe within the list.
Once you’ve selected your location you can also change your weather preferences on the “Weather” tab.
Now you can enjoy weather at a glance, or quickly see the time around the globe for multiple locations!