The Kindara web portal allows you to view your charts online with advanced analytics.
Here’s a text rundown of what’s included in the web portal:
Allows you to view your basic account details: your email address and name, objective (get pregnant/avoid pregnancy/other), temperature unit (F or C), temperature precision (.0 or .00), and the date your account was created. You can also edit your name, objective, temp unit, and temp precision on this screen by clicking the ‘Edit details’ button.
What you’ll see on the Account page
Allows you to view all of the data from each day of your cycle (date, cycle day, temperature, cervical fluid, menstruation, cervix, sex, custom data, notes) on one screen.
An example of what the Days page looks like
Allows you to view the data from each of your cycles (start date, end date, length, custom data, cycle day of temperature shift, and length of luteal phase) on one screen. You’ll notice there’s a column for ‘Cover Line’ – however, this feature is still in the works, so you won’t see any data there yet! But stay tuned :)
An example of what the Cycles page looks like
Allows you to view your charts, and flip back and forth between them, on your computer screen (easier on the eyes than viewing your charts on an iPhone!).
An example of what the Charts page looks like
Explains how to import data from OvuView (for Android), PinkPad (iOS/Android), iPeriod (iOS), or Menstrual Calendar (iOS/Android). Simply select the app you wish to import data from on the pull-down tab at the top of the screen, and instructions on how to import your data will appear. If there’s another app from which you would like to import data into Kindara, you can select the ‘Other’ tab, which will allow you to email us and let us know what app you would like to see supported by Kindara. You can also download a spreadsheet from the ‘Other’ tab, fill it out with your old data, and send it back to us. We’ll import the data for you.
The pull-down menu on the Import page
Allows you to share your data with your practitioner. Simply enter your practitioner’s email address and click ‘Invite’, and an invitation will be sent to your practitioner to create a Kindara account. Practitioners can also invite clients to create a Kindara account and share their data with them through the practitioner portal.
What you’ll see on the Sharing page