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Which prepositions goes better in the below statement?

[at/in/on] the time line you can find all info about latest events [in/on] our system.

The time line is area on website, and I want add description about it.

  • What's that 'system'? And for websites, we generally have things 'on' them. So, it's On the timeline, you can find all info about the latest events of our system? – Maulik V Sep 28 '15 at 10:19
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On the time line you can find all info about latest events in our systems.

We usually refer to things being "on" a timeline because they're visually displayed with little markers showing events or years on that line.

We say something is "in" the system because it shows that information is stored inside. Data is inside a system, not on top of it.

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