How to use the Kindara web portal

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    fruitytootie

    I only have access to this information in this format online, correct? Also, if I wanted to print my charts from the web, is there an easy way to do that? Or should I just do it from my app on my phone?

     

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    Courtney

    Yes, the information in the web portal is in a slightly different format than in the app. Also, you can only view your data in the web portal - you can't edit it.

    You can print your charts from the portal by typing command-P on the Charts tab :) You could also email your charts to yourself from your phone and then print them by tapping the Export button in the bottom right hand corner of the Charts screen. 

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    Kate Awsumb

    So the web portal automatically gauges your temperature shift and draws a coverline, right? I have a temp for one day entered in normally (NOT entered in as questionable on the app), but on the web it's coming up as a dotted line for that day. Does the web portal override temps that seem off? I wouldn't care, except it's a critical day for me in knowing whether there was an O! Happy to send my chart if this is confusing. :)

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    Courtney

    Hi there,

    Yes, the web portal automatically draws a coverline for you, and if there are any outlying temperatures, it may rule them out. Remember that to confirm ovulation, the temperature shift must be at least .2 degrees F higher than the temp from the previous day, .1 degrees F higher than any of the temps from the previous 6 days, and sustained in the higher range for at least 3 consecutive days above the coverline following the shift. 

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    jan.miller

    The web portal hasn't drawn a cover line or peak day predictions or marked a temp shift, yet I am sure they were there the very first time I logged on but not the next. Did I do something by accident to erase them? It says they are on auto when I click edit but nothing's happening :(

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    Courtney

    If there isn't a temperature shift or coverline on the portal, it's because the algorithm has determined that you have not had a temperature shift yet this cycle. It's possible you entered a temperature or two that did not adhere to the temperature shift rules. 

    Also, keep in mind that you can set the coverline yourself by tapping the 'edit' button next to Coverline at the bottom of the screen.

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    tinkerbug

    How come the web portal shows my temperature shift and peak days (I have it set to automatically calculate), but the ipad app doesn't? Do I have to configure something differently?

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    Courtney

    Hey tinkerbug, no, it sounds like everything is working as it should - we just don't have the automatic coverline/temperature shift feature in the app just yet. We're working on adding this feature to the app soon, so please stay tuned! 

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