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Timetoast is a free website where students and teachers can create engaging timelines complete with expanding windows, pictures, text descriptions, and hyperlinks. It is easy to create an account and use.
Capzles is a social networking site that allows you to share “moments” using pictures, video clips, audio tracks and text in a timeline format. These moments can be viewed individually, or all of the moments can be viewed in progression.
Timeline JS lets you enter dates, headlines, and event descriptions into a Google Spreadsheet. You can add image and video links too. To start, create a spreadsheet with the template provided by Timeline JS, fill in the information you want displayed, and let it work its magic. The finished product will be assigned a unique URL.
supports video, images, audio, and text. Formatted vertically like blogs or Facebook pages with event sappearing on both sides of the centerline on the screen. web and app
connects locations and events. Timeline builder and map-creation tool. web or app