View your Readiness, Sleep, and Activity trends through a different lens with Oura on the web.

The Oura web experience provides you with more tools to interact with your data. Discover long term patterns, understand how metrics relate to one another, or download your data for a more personal experience.

What Are the Benefits?

Here’s what makes the Oura web experience unique:

Compare and Correlate Two Metrics: Overlay any two metrics and see your Pearson correlation coefficient to discover new relationships. Want to know if your Readiness Score dipped on days following an intense cardio workout? This platform gives you the opportunity to compare stats like High Activity and Readiness Score.

View Your HRV and RHR in HD: The Oura app provides heart rate variability and resting heart rate feedback in 15-minute intervals; with Oura on the web, you can go further and view these metrics in 5-minute intervals.

Put Your Data Under the Microscope: Hover over individual points on your Trends graph to view specific values for a single metric or day. You can even export your data to perform more in-depth analyses or create graphs of your own.

Look Long Term: The web platform allows you to look at your data over longer periods of time than you can in the Oura app. Read more below about the benefits of long term health tracking.

How Do I Access Oura on the Web?

To get started, log into Oura on the web using your Oura account credentials.

Start Tracking Your Long-Term Health With Oura on the Web

Oura on the web allows you to explore your data over long periods of time.

Short-term health tracking helps you understand what your body is going through at a single moment in time. It helps you answer questions like, “How long did it take for my body to rebound from that cold earlier this week?”, or, “How restorative was my sleep last night?”

Long-term health tracking, on the other hand, provides a new level of detail—examining weekly or monthly trends to reveal larger patterns.

You can ask broader questions like, “How did my new job impact my health this year?”, or, “How have my new blue light blockers influenced my sleep this month?”

This long-term health monitoring empowers you to proactively manage your health. With Oura on the web, you can complement long term insights with your Oura mobile app data.

Oura’s web experience allows you to compare data and identify larger trends that may not be apparent in your daily mobile app check-in.

What Patterns Matter?

With specific goals in mind, you can begin looking for different patterns and make adjustments that help optimize your health, energy, and productivity.

For example, if you’re aiming to improve your deep sleep, here’s an example of how you can pair Oura on the web with insights from the Oura app.

In the Oura app, you can view your previous night’s data and discover that your body prioritized deep sleep after a heavy workout. This view is optimized for shorter-term insights.

But what about other nights?

Using Oura on the web, you can pair data with long-term insights. Your daily patterns might reveal that your total deep sleep varies significantly.

Your weekly patterns might reveal that if you spend less total time in bed due to a busy social schedule, your deep sleep suffers greatly on the weekend when compared to the week.

Your monthly patterns might show reduced deep sleep during the holiday season, for instance, when the stress of repeated travel and heightened expenses cuts into your deep sleep.

There will always be circumstances in life that you can’t control; however, self-knowledge can empower you to make thoughtful changes to improve your wellness.

You could try to run an experiment with a specific goal in mind (e.g., limiting caffeine consumption for a week). Or you could try reflecting more often to understand how life’s moments impact your health.

No matter your lifestyle, job, or goal, there is only one expert with the ability and knowledge to help you make improvements: your body. Take advantage of the insights Oura provides, listen to your body’s signals, make proactive adjustments, and start owning your health.