Here are a few examples of customer-facing knowledge base articles I’ve written.
I wrote this article for the Kindara Knowledge Based to help users understand when to use the Questionable Temperature feature in the Kindara App.
Any of the following nine factors can alter your basal body temperature, giving you a higher or lower reading than you would get otherwise. So if any of these factors applies to you, pay close attention to your temperatures and make sure to mark them as ‘questionable’ in the Kindara App if they seem incorrect.
I rewrote this article for the Kindara Knowledge Based to bring it up to current brand standards, update the product images, and improve the overall quality.
In Kindara, you can choose whether your charts are displayed using Fertile Peaks or Fertile Valleys, which allows you to customize how your cervical mucus and menstruation is displayed on your charts.
By default, your Kindara chart is set to display your cervical mucus in Fertile Peaks, meaning the higher volume or more fertile cervical mucus that’s entered, the higher the cervical mucus bars will display on your chart in the Chart page. Menstruation bars follow the same pattern of more = taller bars.