Windows 10 Timeline continuity tool is making its first appearance. If you are a Windows Insider Program member, you can get you hands of the feature real soon.
In July, Microsoft’s Joe Belfiore said that the Timeline feature wouldn’t launch until sometime after the seasonal patch. And seems it’s finally the time.
For those who doesn’t know, Timeline allows users to resume work from where they left off, regardless of the device they were using at the time. The feature seemed extremely incredible, but Microsoft couldn’t make it available in time for September’s Fall Creators update.
In an email sent to Windows Insiders, Terry Myerson, EVP Windows and Devices Group wrote:
“Earlier this year at Build, we showed you Timeline, which allows you to jump back in time, making it easier to find the files you’re looking for. A visual timeline is integrated directly into Task View so you can easily move back into files, apps, and sites as if you never left. We’ve heard strong interest in this feature, and we’re pleased you’ll see it in the next WIP build going out to the Fast Ring. We look forward to hearing your thoughts on this experience.”
The feature is gradually rolling out to the Insiders, and if you are one of them, expect it to arrive in your PC anytime now.