Timeline reflects the complete course of the project. It shows comments, attribute changes and @mentions. From the timeline you can go directly to your file and don’t have to browse there. If you set an attribute on a file or folder, this entry will be reflected in the timeline.

The timeline also shows Git commits if your project was created as a Git repository.

When you work in a Git project, each timeline entry is a version in Git (a commit). If you click on it, you can see the files that were present in the Git commit.

Attributes (tags, status, assignments)#

The timeline can also display attribute changes. For example, you can see who changed the status of an asset. Activate the attribute in the timeline filter. Timeline filter