Include interactive timelines in your projects, using Sutori
Atavist partners with an intuitive online tool
Chronological order is a classic storytelling device for a reason. You start with what happened first, move onto what happened next, and end with whatever happened last. And a timeline is a simple, effective way to get this information across.
Atavist is excited to partner with Sutori to make it easy for you to include beautiful, interactive timelines in your Atavist projects.
Sutori is fantastic for students and teachers alike to create meaningful, eye-catching content. Professors could showcase the day’s lesson plan with the tool, or students could make a snazzy assignment for their literature, government, or science class. And Sutori reaches far beyond the classroom, as it is
In this doc, I’ll show you how to create a timeline, and then add it to your project - since it’s fun to dig into all the possibilities our Embed block creates.
First, check out this step-by-step guide from Sutori to get you started. Learn how to include not only text and images in your timeline but also video, audio, quizzes, and fun facts. You’ll be amazed how quickly you can get it up and running. Plus, several templates, like the one below on rollercoasters, can help you see what’s possible.
Looking for further inspiration? We got you covered:
Drop an embed block into your project
Once you’ve made a timeline, you can insert it into your Atavist project via the embed block.
Let’s start by placing the block. While in Compose, select the embed block in the picker.
Drag the embed block into your project and hit Edit.
Next, return to the timeline, and click Get embed code. A window will pop up offering the script to include in the block. Copy this code.
Finally, paste the embed code into the space provided.
And you’re done!
Write email@example.com if you have any questions — or if you want to show us your Atavist project that includes a Sutori timeline. We’re always looking for projects to feature on our social media channels.