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Many places in the world use the 24-hour time format. 24-hour time format is similar regular AM/PM time, except that you keep counting up after you get past 12 PM (noon). So 1 PM in 24-hour format is 13:00, 2 PM is 14:00, and so on. All you need to do is add 12 to any time in the PM to get 24-hour format time. Here are all the hourly times in AM/PM and 24-hour format:
Note: The 24 hour Time Format variation on the normal 24 hour time. When entered as the starting time for a shifts, "00:00" indicates that a shift starts at midnight at the beginning of the schedule day, while "24:00" indicates that a shift that starts at midnight at the end of the schedule day.