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Tech Tips for Non-Tech People!

Data Doctors Tech Tips | Ken Colburn & Brandon Disney
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Original Air Date: Sep 29, 2020

Family History via Timetoast

When you have a large quantity of data to present that stretches over a period of time, there’s no better way to do it than a timeline.

Creating a timeline can get to be a lot of work, which is why we suggest the Timetoast website for anyone that’s interesting in creating one.

It’s a free web-based tool that eliminates the need to download and install special software to create a timeline.

While you are working on it or when you’re done and want others to view it, your masterpiece can be viewed as a timeline or a list.

Simply copy and paste the link to your timeline on social media, email or private messages to show off your work.

Some folks like using timelines to show off their family history, but students and those in business may also find lots of uses for it.

If you’re looking to give life to a large time-based data set, head on over to Timetoast to get started!