WhatsApp becomes more than just a messaging service. Female WhatsApp users can now track their menstrual cycle. Sirona, a feminine hygiene company, has developed India’s first menstrual tracker for WhatsApp. Users can track their periods by texting “Hello” to the Sirona WhatsApp Business account at 9718866644.
“Technology has the ability to transform menstruators’ lives, and we’re using it to create a better environment and community for them to connect and thrive.” Giving consumers easy access via WhatsApp, which has become an important part of our lives,” said Deep Bajaj, Co-Founder and CEO of Sirona Hygiene Pvt. Ltd, about working with WhatsApp. Read more: Gmail access without internet? Here’s how Google lets you do it
According to Sirona’s press release, the period tracking application can be used to track three goals: track periods, get pregnant, and avoid pregnancy. Users are asked to provide information about their periods and previous periods, and the chatbot keeps a record and shares reminders and upcoming cycle dates based on the user’s goals. The WhatsApp Business Platform is used to set up the period tracker. It is powered by an intuitive chatbot interface that makes the user experience smooth and fun. Read more: iPhone 12 cheaper than iPhone SE 3? How to get up to 26,000 rupees discount
Sirona also comes with a separate app that offers menstruators a complete ecosystem for menstrual health and hygiene. The software also includes a period tracker. It is also an open forum for posting stories, questions and answers and gives our sisterhood a central place to connect and share. The Sirona app aims to provide education, awareness and utility while making menstrual hygiene available on the go.”
How to track your menstrual cycle on WhatsApp:
- Add 9718866644 to your address book.
- Then say hello on WhatsApp.
- Sirona will present a list of alternatives.
- To keep track of your periods, type “period tracker” in the chat box.
- You will then be prompted to enter your period information.
- Sirona provides information like your ovulation date, fertile window, next and previous period and even your cycle length.