Microsoft announced the Timeline feature for Windows 10 earlier this year and confirmed that it would be released with the Fall Creators Update for the latest iteration of its operating system. The company now says that this feature isn’t going to be ready in time. Microsoft is delaying the Windows 10 Timeline feature release as it needs more time to work on it.

The new Timeline feature will make it easier for Windows 10 users to jump between multiple devices, even those running on platforms like iOS and Android.

Members of the Windows 10 Insiders program were hoping to test the new feature before it was publicly released with the Fall Creators Update. It hasn’t been released to testers as yet.

Microsoft’s Joe Belfiore has confirmed that “Timeline won’t be in the Fall Creators Update,” and that the company is now planning to release the feature to testers shortly after the Fall Creators Update is publicly released.

The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update isn’t due for release until September this year. It’s unclear if Microsoft is going to release Timeline later with a subsequent update or if the feature has been delayed to the next major Windows 10 update that’s probably not going to be released before March 2018.

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