IFTTT - automation & workflow

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3.6
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About this app

Connect and automate your favorite apps and devices with a simple no-code interface.
With IFTTT you can combine over 700 popular services to automate practically everything in your life. Turn on any of the 100,000’s of pre-built automations, or get creative, and build your own. Automations can be as simple as connecting two services, or as sophisticated as workflows that involve multiple services and conditional logic.
Integration and automation ideas to get you started:
• Control every aspect of your smart home with Google Assistant
• Use location to automatically trigger your Hue lights and Spotify playlist
• Prepare for bad weather with custom Weather Underground notifications
• Stay safe with automated home security alerts
• Message Discord when you post your latest YouTube video
• Streamline social media by cross-posting to multiple platforms like Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, etc.
• Connect and integrate services not yet on IFTTT using Webhooks
Our 25 most popular apps span health, productivity, smart home and social media:
Alexa, Coinbase, Discord, Dropbox, Facebook, FitBit, Google (Assistant, Calendar, Docs, Drive, Gmail, Nest, Sheets, Tasks and Wifi), Instagram, iRobot, LIFX, LINE, Microsoft, Philips Hue, RSS, Twitter, Siri, Slack, SMS, Spotify, Strava, Weather Underground, Webhooks, Wyze, YouTube, and Zoom.
Discover automations for:
• The home, office, and car
• Staying informed on news and politics
• Your Android devices
• Exploring outer space
• Improving how you use social media

Fully compatible with Wear OS.

Learn more at https://ifttt.com
Get help https://help.ifttt.com
Build on the IFTTT Platform https://platform.ifttt.com
Updated on
Sep 20, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
Learn more about how developers declare sharing
This app may collect these data types
Location, Personal info and 6 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted
3.6
181K reviews
Jacob Minnich
September 13, 2022
Location based triggers go off constantly, even when I haven't left the area. Connect/disconnect from wifi triggers dont work at all. No ability to adjust even the settings in the free actions. Automation is completely useless if it only sort of changes a thing but doesn't change it to what I actually want when I actually want it.
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FarmerBob
June 15, 2022
There's things to help you with Automations, but not all that much and some not all that helpful. I subscribed ages ago and have gotten some use from them. But now I am seeing that in order to really move on I need to "upgrade" to a newly appeared tier that I thought I already was. Also not sure if it's the way their search works, but I couldn't find any Home Assistant gizmos.
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A Google user
September 28, 2018
I have never in my entire life seen such an exorbitant way of doing things. First of all, you literally can't do two things at once. Literally. One trigger cannot have two actions or a script or anything. That means you need yet another app like Stringify (which is almost every bit as bad in every way) to do this and it is hard even then (I had to first set a variable, then test it multiple times with each running a separate IFTTT applet.) Also, they worked very hard indeed to maximize the time and effort required for every single step. For example, under services it does not show which ones you have. No. It shows the ones they promote most. You must search. Every single time. Same for things. Search every. Single. Time! And when you create a new applet it immediately "suggests" others (like an ad popup in your way.) I literally can't imagine a worse way to do all this than the way IFTTT does things. It is exponentially increasing effort for small, simple things with pestering. This is literally the worst possible programming practice.
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What's new

Thanks for using IFTTT! This update includes:
+ Updates to the Location service (requires opt in).
+ A new, visual way to understand Applets. Tap More details under any Applet to explore.
+ Bug fixes and performance improvements.