Microsoft Starts Testing Its Proven Windows 10 Timeline Capabilities

When Microsoft announced the Windows 10 Fall Creators update, one of the company’s most interesting features was the Timeline, which allows you to find and recover recent events while moving between PC, iOS and Android phones. This is basically a global mission view supported by Microsoft’s cloud service.

Timeline, like many other features, is not yet ready for the Fall Creator update in time, but until now, Timeline debuted in the latest preview version of Windows 10 Insider (and only for those who are experimenting with Rapid Rings and those who choose to skip Build people).
The basic idea here is to give you an easy-to-use overview of the documents you are working on in Word, or on a website you are viewing in Edge (maybe even on an Android phone), and then when you get back to your notebook Computer or desktop in the office, you will pick up.

The schedule will highlight those documents that you may want to work with, but also organize the full list of your recent activities by the hour. Cortana may also remind you of activities that you may think might require recovery when switching between devices.