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What you need to know about Clue’s Forecast feature

The more you track, the better it becomes at predicting your symptoms.

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Updated on April 1, 2019

Clue already predicts your period, ovulation, and PMS, but what if you could see into the future for everything you track during your cycle—from cramps, to chocolate cravings, to feeling energetic, to good hair days? Our feature, Forecast, allows you to know exactly what’s coming.

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What is the Clue app Forecast feature?

When you track symptoms in Clue, you create a record of what you experience at each part of your menstrual cycle. With Clue Forecast, you can get personalized notifications about what symptoms are coming up based on anything you’ve tracked previously that has a cyclical pattern. The more you track, the more information Clue can give you.

Clue Forecast can show you patterns in your cycle, explain why it might be happening, and give you tips for managing symptoms such as mood changes, cravings, cramps, and more.

How does the Forecast feature work?

Clue helps you spot patterns tied to your cycle. Keep tracking in the app to improve your predictions, and to understand all the ways your cycle affects you. Forecast only applies to symptoms that you experience, so behavioral tracking categories like sex, exercise, and BBT are excluded.

For Forecast to work, you will need to have tracked at least two menstrual cycles in Clue. You will only get a Forecast if your tracking history has shown a very strong pattern. Depending on how regular or irregular your cycle and symptoms are, you may or may not get a Forecast.

How can I get it?

Anyone who has a Clue account can access this feature.

There’s more to your period.
Download Clue for free to start tracking your cycle, getting predictions from Forecast.

Article was originally published on July 10, 2018.

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