Organize your story's lore with the Fictional History Timeline

Organize the lore and history of your fictional world in Notion. Keep track of events, characters, groups, and locations.

Why did I create this?

While rewatching the TV show, LOST, I wanted to get a better understanding of its complicated timeline of events. I created a Notion dashboard – LOST Timeline – that organized all the events of the show and allowed me to view the show's timeline from a variety of different perspectives. After sharing this dashboard on social media, people asked for a template they could use themselves.

Also, I myself am an amateur fiction writer. I've been using this structure of a timeline in Notion to organize my own future story's timeline, O Burning Star.

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Take a peek at this example:


Locations database

Locations database

Keep track of all the cities, towns, regions, landmarks, and landforms of your world.

Events database

Events database

Keep track of every individual event in your story, whether the event takes place in the past or occurs during the plot.

Groups and Races database

Groups and Races database

Keep track of the teams, gangs, tribes, and races of your world.

Characters database

Characters database

Keep track of all the different characters in your story.

Custom Months + Eras

Custom Months + Eras

Create unique months and historical eras connected to the Events database for a well-sorted historical timeline.

See it in action!

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The power of the Notion app

The Notion app is the ultimate tool for every organizer to create the kind of workspace they truly want:

Light/Dark Mode

Choose between working in your Notion workspace with either a bold dark interface or a classic white interface.

Customization Galore

Customize your Notion workspace to perfectly align with your unique work style – from layout, images, widgets, colors, and beyond!

Commenting and Sharing

Share your work with friends, collaborate, and add comments for feedback or critique.


Your work automatically syncs across devices whether you're using Notion in a browser or through the desktop and mobile app.

Ready to use in three steps

Skip hours of learning and building, start using Notion as your storytelling workspace.

Purchase the Storyteller OS

Step 1: Purchase the Storyteller OS

Buying the Storyteller OS gives you access to view this robust templated workspace all built in Notion and copy it over into your own Notion account.

Sign up for Notion

Step 2: Sign up for a free Notion Account

If you don't already have a Notion account, sign up for one for free. You'll need it in order to access and use the Storyteller OS.

Copy the Storyteller OS to your own Notion account

Step 3: Copy the Storyteller OS into your Notion account

While signed in to Notion, you'll be able to duplicate the entire Storyteller OS workspace into your Notion account.

After that, enjoy!

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Created by a Notion certified expert

I've helped thousands of writers and storytellers get more organized and productive with Notion. I am a Notion certified expert, designer, and content creator. My main goal is to create systems for writers to gain clarity and organize their stories.


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