What Does a Timeline Look like?


A timeline is the arrangement of a sequential order of events along a drawn line to enable a viewer to realise temporal relationships fast. This term is sometimes extended to imply a chronology which is in tabular form, an example of which is the year by year paragraphs, or other outlines.
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A timeline is a list of chronological events. We can draw a line and at the beginning we'll put 8:15am and mark it ate breakfast. 8:30am we'll say they left for work, at 8:45am they stopped at the bank, and at 9:00am they arrived at work. Continue marking the activities that were performed throughout the day and it will give you a timeline.
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