To sync your temperature from the NC° Thermometer Gen3 to the Natural Cycles app, please follow the steps below:
- Open the Add data page of the Natural Cycles app right after you have finished measuring. Your temperature will be visible on the thermometer screen until it has been synced with the app.
- Your temperature will then sync to the app, and you will be able to see it in the temperature field at the top of the Add data page, along with the time of the measurement.
- The thermometer will automatically turn itself off once the temperature has been synced.
Can I sync my temperature later?
If needed, you can also sync your temperature later during the day by opening your Add data page and then clicking the History button on the thermometer while the thermometer is turned off. The temperature and time of measurement will then appear automatically in the temperature field.
Can I sync several temperatures at the same time?
Yes, you are able to sync temperatures for multiple days at once. To do this, simply open your Add data page and click on the History button on the thermometer while it is turned off. Read more about this here.
Please note that if you sync temperatures for multiple days, the algorithm will take all the new data into consideration, and you may see changes in your fertility status on the days when new temperature data was added. For that reason, we recommend that you try to sync your temperature every day instead of syncing multiple temperatures at once. We explain a bit more about this here.
Can I add my temperature manually?
Yes, you can add your temperature manually by typing it into the temperature field in the Add data page.
If you do this later in the day, you can view your saved measurement by turning the thermometer on and clicking on the History button. The most recent temperature value will then be displayed along with the date and time of the measurement.
The thermometer can save up to 10 temperatures. If you would like to view your temperatures from the previous days, you can simply click on the History button again to go to the next temperature.