Feature Ideas

Let us know what product updates would be most useful to you by voting on ideas below or submitting ideas of your own.

  1. API

    Create an API that allows you to programmatically modify your timelines.

    Matt Mazur

    1

  2. Folders

    Organize your timelines into folders on your dashboard.

    Matt Mazur

    0

  3. Sublayers

    Add the ability to create sublayers to further organize your timeline's content.

    Matt Mazur

    0

  4. Support PDF and other file attachments

    Add a way to upload any file (PDFs, etc) to events.

    Matt Mazur

    0

  5. Gantt chart layout

    Setting to display all event names on the left of your timeline so that your timeline looks more like a traditional Gantt chart.

    Matt Mazur

    0

  6. Integrations

    Add integrations to make it easier to automatically visualize data in other SaaS tools like Smartsheet, Google Sheets, etc.

    Matt Mazur

    0

  7. Vertical timelines

    Add a way to orient the timeline vertically instead of horizontally.

    Matt Mazur

    0

  8. Add way to view multiple timelines in one view

    Some users have requested a way to view several of their timelines together in one high-level timeline which would show all of the layers and events from the timelines they choose.

    Matt Mazur

    0

  9. Change history for collaborative timelines

    See what changes collaborators have made to your timelines.

    Matt Mazur

    0

  10. Multiple images per event

    Currently it's only possible to attach one image per event, but there are use cases where supporting multiple events would be ideal.

    Matt Mazur

    0

  11. Curved connections between events

    Rather than have connections between events be straight lines, add a setting so they be rendered as curved lines, similar to the timeline in the attached screenshot.

    Matt Mazur

    0

  12. Archive old timelines

    Add a way to archive old timelines without deleting them.

    Matt Mazur

    1

  13. Recurring events

    Add a way to make events recurring.

    Matt Mazur

    0

  14. How Vietnamese attitude towards foreigners compared to the locals?

    How Vietnamese attitude towards foreigners compared to the locals? The Vietnamese attitude towards foreigners has long been a hot topic, revolving around the fact that they are very friendly and hospitable people. This is one of the reasons more and more foreigners come to Vietnam, not only to travel but also to work, temporarily or permanently settle down because they love the country and its people. Below is a summary of the common experiences of some foreigners who have come and stayed in Vietnam for a while. I - The common features in Vietnamese attitude towards foreigners 1 - Friendliness Most of them were afraid at first when they had to cross the street because the motorbike was moving like a shuttle. However, once they have fully lived in Vietnam, they quickly integrate with the Vietnamese features. The biggest worry for most people before coming to this country is how to communicate with the natives. However, Vietnam people did not actually face too many difficulties because Vietnamese attitude towards foreigners is very friendly, and they also like to help others even if they do not understand the language. 2 - Kind & nice Many foreigners have also talked about how the first culture shock they had in Vietnam was probably when they saw the dog meat vendors, restaurants or food shops just randomly lying on the streets. It is very difficult for them to see this scene, because they tend to only know dogs as pets, and it is cruel to eat. And like the general Vietnamese attitude towards foreigners, Vietnamese colleagues at work are also very kind, open and friendly. That helped people from other countries quickly become friends with everyone within the first week, even between men and women. This is also quite surprising and quite shocking for foreigners, especially in somewhat more reserved countries. Because Vietnamese women are quite open when they become friends with you. You probably won’t see male and female colleagues laughing and joking with each other freely in many places, even in Western countries while Vietnam is a traditional Asian country. It is because of the welcoming Vietnamese attitude towards foreigners that it did not take them too long to adjust to their new life, familiarize themselves with the culture and common Vietnamese features. II - Cultural difference Many people also talk about the customary joining - when going to another country, you must respect the culture of that country. But many are shocked by the culture of Vietnam - there are some people who cannot adapt because there are so many differences. For example, people from some countries attach great importance to principles and time, always arriving earlier, while Vietnam people are a little more leisurely and 5 minutes late is nothing. Even in the matter of paperwork, Vietnamese people often hesitate through many stages, taking time without solving the problem. 1 - Caring However, in return, Vietnamese attitude towards foreigners is very caring, they will try to assist more than usual and are ready to help with difficulties that arise. Typically, during the Covid-19 epidemic, the Government of Vietnam is ready to support to ensure foreigners can live normally, safely and receive medical care and active treatment in case of need. Vietnam people do not discriminate but also create favorable conditions in the vaccination process of foreign citizens living, studying and working here. 2 - Issue of status Vietnam people also pay close attention to the issue of status, the elderly will be respected and revered more. This, in turn, also leads to some disadvantages for foreigners, especially those from Western countries that are highly individualistic. The Vietnamese attitude towards foreigners will also change depending on age, so if you are younger, you are often considered inexperienced, your voice is not as valued. This has made many foreigners struggle because they come from places where individual ability is more important, regardless of personal information. 3 - Eating culture One of the other things that many foreigners find interesting in Vietnam is the eating culture of the locals. Vietnam people often tend to eat together, and at street stalls or vendors rather than going to too-luxury restaurants, creating a famous street food culture. They also have a habit of “forcing” others to drink with them, even if refused, they will further provoke by saying that it is not respecting them, not wanting to be friends,... Vietnamese attitude towards foreigners in this situation will be a little softer, but if they’re close enough to you, they may still force you as usual.

    localtravelidea

    0

  15. Add baselines to activities

    It is useful to show baselines and the variance to summarize a report for a project

    Alex R

    0