Build beautiful stories

With Timepath you build beautiful timeline stories in minutes. You can easily embed your story in your website, blogpost or newsarticle.

  1. Choose story template
  2. Build and customize
  3. Embed story

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What is your story?

Timepath is the ultimate storytelling tool to build beautiful stories. Whether this is about a certain event, topic, company or person, with Timepath you easily create your story in minutes. You can embed them anywhere and customize it so it will blend in with your design.
Stories created with Timepath:

Import anything you like

With our timeline creator you are able to import anything in your timeline. Blogposts, Youtube movies, Facebook posts, Instagram posts or Tweets. Everything you need to create a timeline.

Embed a timeline on your website

Every timeline you create on Timepath can easily be embedded on any webpage you like, just like Youtube. When changing your timeline in Timepath, everything is updated automatically. Our timeline creator allows you to customize your timeline when embedding it on your website so it blends in with your design.

..and more

Private, shared or public

Each timeline can be set to private or public, depending on your needs.

Google loves timelines

When you set your timeline to public, your timeline will be indexed by Google and drive organic traffic.

Customize your timeline

Customize your timeline to your needs. Change the color or font so it blends in with your design.

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What people say

“I use Timepath to create my product roadmap so my users are able to see what cool features are coming up. I can easily embed Timepath on our website.“

Matthijs Otto


“I teach history. Timepath allows me to visualize historic events for my students. I can even let them create timelines themselves. It's the perfect timeline creator!"

Eline Bakker

History Teacher

“Timepath allows me to enrich my blog stories by embedding a timeline that I can fully customize to my likings."

Richard Ullum