COVID-19 UPDATE: How Data Doctors is preparing & responding. Learn more >

Tech Tips for Non-Tech People!

Data Doctors Tech Tips | Ken Colburn & Brandon Disney
We give quick, one minute tech tips each weekday! Join us on a radio station near you as we talk tech. It's Tech Tips for Non-Tech People! You can post questions on our Facebook page anytime!

Original Air Date: Aug 22, 2019

Make Your Own Timelines!

The use of a timeline to present information can be the only real way some topics can be shared.

Should you ever find yourself in a position of having to create a timeline, checkout a cool online resource called Timetoast -

Once you sign up for a free account, you can start assembling a brilliant timeline without having to install anything on your computer.

Once you’re done, our timeline can be viewed as a timeline or as a list of the items that you have placed on your timeline.

Their premium accounts allow you to embed the timeline on your own website or simply use the URL of your timeline to share it via social media or email.

A common use for timelines is to chart your family history, but students and business professionals will find it useful for a variety of needs.

Timelines are a great way to bring your information to life and often times makes it easier to make a clearer point using the context that it provides.

Start connecting the dots with your data at