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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.
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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.
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 ;-)
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
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...