How to Get the Most Out of the Kindara Community

Have you downloaded the latest version of Kindara from the App Store yet? If so, you’ll notice we’ve added a major new feature to the app – the Kindara Community. 

The Kindara Community is a place for women to anonymously share their data, connect with others for support on fertility-related matters, and learn together about what their data means. 

You can post your charts in the Community to receive feedback, browse through charts to find ones that look like yours, or leave comments on other women's charts to ask about their data. The more you participate in the Community, the more you'll get out of it :)

The first step to participating in the Community is to fill out a profile. Filling out a profile makes it more likely that women will comment on and follow your charts. To fill out your profile, tap the More icon in the bottom right corner of the screen, then tap Profile, then tap Edit in the upper right corner of the screen. Then, create a username and add your birthdate, photo, and ‘About Me’ description.

 After you’ve filled out a profile, browse the charts in the Community to find charts that interest you. To get the most out of the Community, you may want to find a group of 5-10 women whose charts you find interesting, or whose data is similar to yours. You can search for specific tags, such as breastfeeding, hypothyroidism, or ovulation, to find charts you want to follow.

 When you’ve found a chart or user you want to follow, tap the Follow button under that user’s chart. This will allow you to receive notifications when other people comment on the chart. It will also add the chart to the list of ‘My Charts’ found in the upper right corner of the Community screen so you can come back to it and view other charts posted by that user. To view all of the charts a user has posted, tap their username.

 Finally, if you have any questions or comments about a chart, post them in the comments section underneath the chart. The more you post on others’ charts, the more likely it is that others will post on your charts :)

Read how to anonymously share your chart to the Community.

If you have any feedback on the new Community feature, please let us know! 

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