article Google is rolling out a feature to its Timeline API that it claims will make the company’s website content easier to edit, but there’s some doubt over the reliability of the timeline data.
The company says that the new feature will work as expected and it’s now on its way to the official Timeline API documentation.
But that doesn’t mean Timeline API data isn’t useful.
Some users of Google’s search engine have already discovered problems with the new API, which could result in problems with search results.
It’s a tricky subject, and there’s no official timetable on how much of Timeline data the API will contain.
But users who have been using the new Timeline API have found that the data they’re using doesn’t work the way they expect.
For example, some users who want to change a website’s name to a different company or change a URL in a search engine are reporting that the Timeline API will report the old URL as the one that was used for that name.
However, if you click on the link in the URL field, you’re redirected to the old version of the site, which is much less useful.
The data is still there, but the new URL looks like a generic link that will take you to the new version of that site, rather than a complete new site.
Google says that some of the issues could be fixed in a future version of Timeline, but it says it’s not yet available for anyone to test.
We’ve contacted Google for comment and will update this story if we hear back.
Google Timeline API is available for users who use Google Search and is currently available in the Chrome browser.
Google’s other API, Google Translate, works in Chrome, Safari, Opera, and Internet Explorer.