Sometimes you want to annotate when did certain event occured within your content. Think of a post about an event, where you dictate a date or time alongside your context. It will probably looks like below:

12:00 PM

08 Aug 18

Arrival

We have arrived at the main location. It will be around 5 hours before the bride appeared. We quickly get all the equipments ready after having small lunch.

15:00 PM

08 Aug 18

Unexpected Guest

There’s few cars arrived at the scene. One of it was a black-tinted SUV where a well-dressed middle-aged man appeared between the door.


To add a time node (as we’d like to call them), add a link with the URL contained the date and time (optional). We’ll be using an international time format called ISO8601 like this:

Date only:
2018-08-16

Date with time:
2018-08-16T09:00:00

Date with specific timezone:
2018-08-16T09:00:00+08:00

Using that format in mind, click on “Link” button or type the link syntax, and add the time to the bracket with optionally any header syntax, like so:

### [Arrival](#2018-08-16T012:00)

#### [Unexpected Guest](#2018-08-16T015:00)

Take note that timeline will not appear in editor preview, due to limited space, so you will need to click “Preview” in the editor to preview the time nodes.


Have fun and be creative with Nocturnal. Let us know any feedback you might have with the timeline feature.