What is Timeline
Timeline is a term of English origin, whose meaning in Portuguese is line of time . It is a term widely used on the internet, especially on social networks that present, in a certain order, the posts made by users.
Otherwise, what is meant by a timeline is nothing more than the last updates that were performed within a system. The timeline is also used by news sites that transmit live information from minute to minute for the user to follow. This model is better known as “real time”.
The Facebook timeline or as it can also be called the news feed is displayed on the homepage, which is accessed as soon as the user logs in. In it you can see all the posts, videos and images that your friends have made, as well as advertisements and advertisements.
The instagram timeline is similar, with the difference that only images and videos of the user’s contacts and also advertisements are shown.
In addition to social networks, the timeline can be found in computer programs such as, for example, the PowerPoint timeline that allows you to create a chronology of events to be presented in some kind of lecture.
Timeline Zelda is the chronology of the Legend of Zelda released in 2011 in the book “Hyrule Historia” and which comprises the following games “Skyward Sword”, “The Minish Cap”, “Four Swords” and “Ocarina of Time”.
Timeline Gaúcha is the name of a fanpage of a program, with the same name, and which is part of the programming of Rádio Gaúcha AM 600 and FM 93.7. The presentation is performed by Kelly Matos, Luiano Potter and David Coimbra.
Timeline is also the title of a science fiction film, released in 2003 and directed by Richard Donner.