Use Oura on the Web
Oura on the Web, Explained.
Oura on the web is an online platform you can use to interact with your Oura data on a more granular level, and with a long-term perspective in mind. If you're familiar with our in-app Trends feature, you can think of Oura on the web as Trends^2 (i.e., Trends taken to the next level)—it gives you the ability to compare two Oura metrics at once and in expanded time frames (e.g., over the past 3 months or year). It'll even give you a correlation value (r) for the two data points you've selected to reveal if there's a weak, moderate, or strong negative/positive correlation demonstrated. Tap the icon next to your r value to learn more about the Pearson correlation coefficient and to observe your distinct scatterplots.
From the Dashboard, you can view all your Readiness, Sleep, and Activity data using a simple interface—as well as get a quick glimpse into how your lowest resting heart rate, total sleep, and activity burn have been changing over time (visible in the highlighted black portion). You can promptly shift between days by clicking on individual dates at the bottom of this highlighted portion.
In Trends, you can compare two of your unique Oura data points (e.g., temperature deviation or sleep efficiency) at once. After adding one or multiple charts into this section to display your Oura metrics and comparisons of interest, you can then download and export these data for more personalized analyses. Exporting your data can be meaningful in the case you’d like to evaluate insights provided by Oura with a physician, health guidance counselor, trainer, therapist, etc.
Oura on the web also offers a Guide, located in the menu in the upper right-hand corner, or in the vertical column on the left-hand side of the page. Here, you'll find explanations of all Oura metrics available to be compared via Trends. The Oura on the web Guide can be a useful resource in case you'd like to gain a better understanding of one of your Sleep, Readiness, or Activity data points for the sake of drawing comparisons between any of the two—or rather, need a quick refresh on how specific metrics are defined by Oura.
To access Oura on the web, please follow this link.
When to Use Oura on the Web
In general, Oura on the web is a great tool to take advantage of if you’re interested in looking into your long-term health patterns and exploring how two of your Oura data points compare to one another (e.g., asking yourself, are my average HRV and deep sleep time connected in any way?). Across Sleep, Readiness, and Activity, there are 31 total metrics available to be compared through Oura on the web, leaving much room for curious and experimental thinking on your behalf. You could very well discover a relationship you hadn't previously expected if you spend enough time digging around here.
Think of Oura on the web as a playground for understanding how your body relates to its unique parts and discovering more about what does, and doesn't connect for you personally. In short, you can really get to know yourself on a physiological level by engaging more with Oura on the web. We invite you to take the time to go through the iterative practice of "playing around" with your Oura data in this way to further understand where improvements can be made to your lifestyle.
(As examples) Oura on the web may be an especially useful tool if you are:
Pregnant, and interested in understanding how changes in your resting heart rate may be impacting your sleep efficiency, or how variations in your body temperature may be playing a role in your Readiness Score.
Managing a chronic condition, and curious if achieving more deep sleep or accumulating less inactive time may affect your resting heart rate and heart rate variability patterns.
Struggling with sleep difficulties (e.g., insomnia), and interested in gauging how falling asleep an hour earlier may impact your Sleep Score.
Or—you'd simply like to dig deeper into the various relationships defined by your personal health metrics. By getting started with Oura on the web, you can take action and be proactive when it comes to making the adjustments necessary to reach your next-level goals.
Examples for Getting Started
Below, you'll find a few examples of trend comparisons to get you thinking in the right direction for how Oura on the web can assist in helping you reach whatever health goals you’ve set out for yourself:
How do long periods of inactivity impact my lowest resting heart rate or average HRV?
How does my step count or amount of medium/high activity link to my deep sleep time or sleep efficiency?
How does temperature deviation impact my Readiness Score, respiratory rate, or Sleep Score?
Is my bedtime, awake time, or total sleep time linked to my Readiness Score in any way?
Is there any relationship between my sleep midpoint and lowest resting heart rate?
How to Use Trends in Oura on the Web.
The Trends section in Oura on the web allows you to track daily, weekly, and monthly patterns in your Sleep, Recovery, and Activity data. To get started, follow the steps below.
1. Select Trends in the menu in the upper right-hand corner of the browser, or in the vertical column on the left-hand side of the page.
2. Select the date range you'd like to observe using the dropdown in the center of the timeline at the top of the page. You can select from (1) this current month, (2) last month, (3) the last 3 months, or (4) this year. You can adjust and refine the date range by clicking and dragging your cursor over the portion of visual data in the timeline you'd like to export (as shown in the second image below).
3. Next, select the trends view you'd like your dataset to be shown in using the dropdown in the upper right-hand corner of this same timeline. You have three options to choose from—a daily, weekly, or monthly view. Adjustments made from either of these dropdowns will impact how the x-axis (i.e., horizontal) numbers appear on all graphs included.
4. Decide which Oura metrics you want to compare by selecting them on each side of the graph. You'll find dropdowns located in the upper left, and upper right-hand side of each individual graph.
Tags are not available on Oura on the web. However, consider using Tags in the Oura app, as they provide context that allows you to evaluate how specific lifestyle choices impact your health across Sleep, Readiness, and Activity.
If your latest sleep and recovery data isn't visible, try backing up your data manually in the Oura app using the directions included below.
1. Ensure WiFi or cellular data is enabled.
2. Go to the menu on the Home tab.
3. Tap Settings .
4. Below Account, tap 'Back up all data.'
5. Once the data backup is complete, check your data in Oura on the web again.
If gaps remain, it's likely you removed your ring for a period of time or fell asleep with insufficient battery. Please visit this article for more information on how you can prevent this from occurring in the future. You can check to see when your last app sync took place by navigating to the upper right-hand corner of your dashboard (inside the timeline). Here, you'll find a time stamp with the date included.
To learn even more about how to get the most out of Oura on the web, check out this article.