Is timeline between ios and windows a U.S only feature?


Ive been using edge and continue on PC (latest versions) on iOS for several weeks now but have yet to see any of the websites ive visited show up in timeline, is this a US only feature? im in the U.K anybody here seen any evidence of it working?

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4 responses to “Is timeline between ios and windows a U.S only feature?”

  1. innitrichie

    This exciting new feature is not working for me either outside the US either.

    Isn't there supposed to be a setting in "Activity history" that controls this? Maybe it was removed between insider builds and the final version? But according to notes, there was a heading in "Activity history" titled "Collect activities". It had an enable/disable option "Let Windows collect my activities from this device". I don't see this option. I'd be interested if this still shows up for US users?

  2. Dan1986ist

    Even in the US, sharing browsing history in Edge on iOS or Android, if one has such devices, has to be enabled in privacy settings on the ios or android app in order for said browsing history to show up in timeline in Windows 10 1803.

  3. ryguy

    For what it's worth, I'm in the US, enabled sharing browser history in iOS Edge, and it still isn't showing up.

  4. Martin Pelletier

    I'm Canadian and I have it here.