Build and Share Interactive Timelines

WhenInTime is a web application that enables its users to create, view, explore and contribute to interactive digital timelines on the topic of their choice. Users can choose from a variety of templates and themes to customize their timelines. Build a timeline is easy and fun. WhenInTime is very useful for educators, journalists, historians and just about anyone.
Best of all it is possible to embed a WhenInTime timeline in any webpage by simply using an iFrame. WhenInTime is simple, easy and fun to use

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