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Link to the query service so I could manipulate other visualizations of the data.1 vote
This is now live :) the new Wikidata Query Service link is just below the query input box.
You can see an overview of all the new features in this release here – https://groups.google.com/forum/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=footer#!topic/histropedia-i/Yog3nLqt8uo
Essential to know the number of events. This will perhaps evolve into a meta data page over time. Currently one doesnt have the ability to know.2 votes
This information is now available from the new ‘timeline info’ page. Also included are the number of edits and the number of times the timeline has been viewed.
It’s accessed by clicking on the info icon next to the timeline title (when the timeline is loaded).
At some point we will also add this info to the MyTimelines page as suggested in the description.
Versions for timelines is absolutely essential. On the lines of Wikipedia pages. There should be no need make copies (unless we are cloning or merging content) if we have versioning and tracking.3 votes
This feature is now complete!
All timelines have a revision history which allows you to revert to any previous version or preview the changes made.
The new help page for this feature is here http://histropedia.uservoice.com/knowledgebase/articles/628164
An option to automatically arrange the event cards on the screen to keep them all visible and well organised.
This would be similar to the existing 'stack' button, except that it would be permanently running when the option is turned on.5 votes
This feature is now complete! please let us know if you have any feedback you’d like us to consider for future improvement.
A publicly editable directory of timelines on any topic that are all available directly from the main search box on the site.
Directory Timeline names will be unique, just like Wikipedia articles.
Thousands of ready made timelines can be automatically imported into the directory from the Wikipedia category system.7 votes
This feature is now complete! This means that the 350,000 timelines we have automatically imported can now be improved by any user, and new timelines can also be published to the directory. All changes made are stored in a revision history for each timeline.
See our feature release blog post for more info http://histropedia.com/blog/editable-timeline-directory-help-create-new-way-visualise-wikipedia/
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