338-366: xTimeline

If you need online, collaborative, interactive timelines, then xTimeline might fit your bill.



3 thoughts on “338-366: xTimeline

  1. Thanks for that one Colin; haven’t come across TimelineJS before. Like the idea that it can pull in from other sources like Google spreadsheets … which got me thinking. Is the link dynamic so that as the source updates, the timeline does too? I can see that having quite some potential.

  2. Ian – yes, as soon as you update the Google spreadsheet it becomes live on the web. It’s brilliant. You can include photos and Youtube videos (I think)

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