Microsoft announced Windows Timeline as a way to sync everything across devices and to pick from where a user left off. The timeline feature was released to everyone with the new Windows 10 update.
However, Timeline still supports only native apps and Microsoft left it upon developers to integrate Timeline into third-party apps. Windows Developer Doominic Maas decided to take matters into his own hands as he announced that he has successfully integrated Timeline on Google Chrome. He developed an extension that integrates Google Chrome into Windows Timeline just like Microsoft Edge. He also confirmed that he will soon release the extension to all the users. Until then, you can follow his progress on GitHub.
I found an extension for Chrome that enables Windows Timeline support, but it was a weird hybrid paid store app + free chrome extension. Decided to create my own, acts like Microsoft Edge currently. pic.twitter.com/h86amjLm0t
— Dominic Maas (@dominicjmaas) July 11, 2018
Microsoft recently confirmed that the company is actively working on bringing Timeline to Android and iOS as well. However, the company refused to comment on the ETA for the availability of Timeline on Android and iOS.