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#2 Product of the MonthJanuary 2014
  • Pros: 

    Powerful tool to make nearly every smart home device work with one another


    Easy, but still not easy enough for tech novices

    I've been using IFTTT since it came out ages ago, and it's one of the first things I install on any new phone. I use it as the connective tissue for all my smart home products and apps. You can do amazing things with it.

    ▲∀▲ has used this product for one year.
  • Herr Wolf
    Herr WolfShow me the way to go home

    Can connect to almost any program, application or service.


    Error / crash reports do not have enough information.

    Support is non existent along with technical user information.

    Herr Wolf has used this product for one year.
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Jonathan Howard
Jonathan HowardHiring@staringispolite · Growth engineer & founder
The coolest IFTTTs I've heard of were parts of an elaborate scheme from a professional photographer friend. His workflow is roughly: - His camera has an Eye-Fi card which creates its own wifi network - Eye-Fi app on phone connects to card, syncs to camera roll. - IFTTT sync from iPhone album to Dropbox backup, in-camera star rating preserved in meta/EXIF tags. - 5-star rating photos get pushed to Flickr set for the event at full-res. - Automatic watermarking (via PicMarkr?) - Sync from Flickr sets to Facebook albums of same name. - People at event and at home follow him on Facebook, tag themselves in realtime, etc.
Derek Shanahan
Derek ShanahanPro@dshan · Three Hex, Cloud Unicorn
My favorite (and arguably highest ROI) recipe is when I tag an Instagram with #fam, email it to my mother. She doesn't understand it, but she loves it.
Tom Moor
Tom MoorHiring@tommoor · Building Abstract
I send Foursquare checkins to Google Calendar so that I can go back to any point in history and see where I was at. Will be super handy if I'm ever interrogated ;-)
Lyle McKeany
Lyle McKeanyHunter@lylemckeany · growth marketer
How is everyone else using IFTTT? I'm currently running 7 recipes: - Fav a tweet & save to Pocket - Text me tomorrow's forecast before bedtime - Buffer your watch later YouTube videos - Receive an email when a NYT Tech article becomes popular - Rent reminder - If tomorrow's forecast calls for rain send me a text - Send IFTTT any text message and add it to Buffer
Adam Kazwell
Adam Kazwell@kaz · Product manager/observer
1. Re-inject tweets that I've fav'd When I fav a tweet (as @kaz), it gets sent to Buffer. Some time passes (based on buffer settings) and then that tweet is posted to @kazfavs...I follow kazfavs ;) and then get to re-enjoy the original tweet. Helpful when tweets are inspirational or worthy of additional contemplation. 2. Reflective questions Every sunday night, I get a series of questions in a google form sent to me...link takes me to the form and I answer em. Inspired by @davidspinks http://quibb.com/links/7-reflect...