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Microsoft Windows 10 Timeline feature now available for Google Chrome

19 February 2019 1

Tech giant Microsoft introduced a very exciting feature ‘Timeline’ last year as part of its April update and now the company has released the same as an extension for Google Chrome. So if you happen to be a Chrome user and wanted to utilize this Timeline feature, you’re in luck now.


The timeline feature allowed users to sync their app and browsing history in a very intuitive user interface that gets synced across your device. The feature was previously only available on for Microsoft Edge browser and now its available for Google Chrome users as well. Now available on Google Chrome web store, you could download and install it on your Chrome, sign-in to your Microsoft account that you’re using on with your Windows 10 and you’re ready to go.

The feature is coming up for other apps as well as the company shared in a blog post as below,

“As we move into planning for future development, we are focusing on yet another Insider request: add support for more apps in Timeline. Browser support was especially high on our Insider's wish list — which lead the recent introduction of our Chrome extension. Now, Timeline can now bring together even more activities.”

So in case you’re using Microsoft Launcher on your Android device, you could keep your activities synced in with your Windows 10 powered computer as well. Are you excited about it? Let us know in the comment section below.


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AshleyBravo
AshleyBravo

With so many helpful features hitting Windows 10 every now and then, I feel I'm losing all that by being on Windows 8.1. This feature cannot be more handy when it comes to syncing.

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