I was going to weigh in all over the screen with questions surrounding the definition, in this context, of the word 'Official'. But it seems Jim has already covered this.
However, if it hasn't sunk in, I believe this may provide a starting point in this exercise of trying to assess what is and what is not Official, and that which may require a further iteration - hence this possibly redundant post.
To my mind;
'Official' infers legal ability to render a work which, on all counts, appears to be the case for both CR'67 and NSNA.
'Rogue' infers that which might not be considered a part of the otherwise wider-considered canon, in this regard all things (music, gunbarrel, 007 trademark) EON.
'Timelines' now shouldn't infer anything at all considering the longevity of the film series, the book series, and the fact that EON has 'rebooted' inceptions, for want of a better phrase.
There is also the fact that both these films have now been housed in the one canon, so is there, by defintion, a retrospective assignment of Officialdom? Official from birth, or by deed?
For my part, they are Official, Rogue, Timeless, Newly Assigned and mildly interesting from a historical point of view.