Ulysses and Aeon Timeline

 

 

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As much as we hope you love planning a novel in Aeon Timeline, we know that planning only forms one part of your writing journey, and so we want to ensure your timeline stays relevant throughout the writing process. One of the best ways to achieve this is by syncing with your favourite writing software, and so today we want to introduce you to the latest member of our syncing family: Ulysses.

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Desktop Version 2.2 and iOS Update

Last weekend we released Aeon Timeline 2.2, the next significant update for Aeon Timeline. As far as “minor” releases go, this one is pretty big, and includes the following:

  • Tighter integration and more control when syncing with Scrivener (see video below)
  • The ability to sync with Ulysses in a similar fashion
  • A much-requested “NOW” line marking the current day/time on the timeline
  • More control over date and time formatting
  • A new “list” property type
  • And dozens of other requests, additions and bug fixes

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User Survey Results

2016 has been a successful year for us with the launch of Aeon Timeline 2, so I want to thank every one of our users who have supported us and driven our development effort forward. As you can see below, there is plenty more to come in 2017!

In October, we surveyed our users to find out what you wanted from us next.

A few highlights that we took away from the survey include:

  • Fiction (71%) is still a key demographic, but increased flexibility has opened new use cases (60% use Aeon for something else at least some of the time).
  • An iOS application is very much in demand
  • The most in-demand new features include hierarchical timelines, calendar views, warnings and constraints systems, and more control over the vertical placement of events.

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AppStore and Survey

It has been a busy year for us with the development and release of Aeon Timeline 2, but we are now refreshed and looking ahead to the next challenge.

Many of the additions to version 2 came from user suggestions, and we have since collected a further 150 feature ideas since our April launch. So we can work on the things you want the most, I would love it if you could vote on your favourites.

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Relationship View is back

You asked, we listened. Relationship View is back in Aeon Timeline 2.1.

Well, sort of… we didn’t bring back the tangled mess of lines, the inefficient use of space, and the awkward conflicts of a view trying to be two things at once.

The new Relationship View has been redesigned around the single goal you demanded: showcasing relationships between events and a large cast of characters, story arcs, projects, or employees.

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Introducing Aeon Timeline 2

Aeon Timeline 2 has arrived, and is discounted for a limited time! Aeon Timeline 2 is the next generation of Visual Timeline Software, rewritten from the ground up to provide a fresh new User Experience.

It comes packed with new features for creative writers, project management and case management, including:

  • New editable Fiction, Project and Legal templates
  • Event Dependencies
  • Nested Events
  • Numeric timelines
  • Cleaner relationship and age display
  • Group events by Arc, Character and Location
  • Re-imagined Scrivener syncing that opens the binder right inside Aeon Timeline
  • And hundreds of other improvements to improve the interactive visual display and reduce on-screen clutter.

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Countdown to Aeon Timeline 2

Well this post has been a long time coming, but we are finally on the verge of releasing Aeon Timeline 2: the intended release has been uploaded, the support material written, the website refreshed… all that is left is to send out the pre-order licenses to our customers and switch on the Buy button.

Thank You

To the many users who supported us with beta testing, and generally showed a lot of patience, thank you very much for your patience and encouragement.

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