Microsoft detailed the new Timeline feature for Windows 10 earlier this year. The feature has been designed to enable Windows 10 users to switch between multiple devices effortlessly. This includes Android and iOS devices. The company built a Timeline view into the existing Task View feature for Windows 10. It provides an overview of the apps currently running across Windows 10, Android, and iOS devices. Microsoft is going to release this feature to members of the Insiders program soon.

When the feature was first detailed in May this year, Microsoft had said that the Windows 10 Timeline feature would be included in the Fall Creators Update.

The company then confirmed in July that Timeline won’t be ready in time for the Fall Creators Update. It was then planning for it to be in early insider builds shortly after the Fall Creators Update was released.

Microsoft has confirmed that this feature will be included in the next Windows 10 build for members of the Insiders program. Those who are on the Fast ring will be able to try out this feature first before everyone else.

Timeline remains in development so even if there are some issues with this feature on its first public outing, we can be sure that all of them will be fixed by the time this feature is to be rolled out to the public in the next major Windows 10 update.

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