IFTTT – How to Use IFTTT Recipes

Hi everyone!

This time, let Your Delightful VP show you How to Create Recipes in If This Then That.

If This Then That is a free web based app that allows you to have full control over the apps and products that you use and love. IFTTT is the abbreviation of If This Then That.


You need to create recipes in order for IFTTT to work. Recipes are conditional statements that trigger connections between products and apps. There are two types of recipes - DO recipes and IF recipes. DO recipes are straightforward commands that work with IOS and Android. "Examples are DO effortlessly save photos to an album, or DO create events in a calendar". IF recipes work in the background and trigger Then results. Example is "If I post an image in Facebook, save it in Dropbox."

image courtesy of Google

Image courtesy of Google


IFTTT is very addictive, so I tried to make this tutorial really simple. I want you to grasp how to use IFTTT so you can maximize this really helpful tool.


I bet you would want to create recipes for every single online task that you do. Can't blame you. IFTTT is there for you to utilize, so USE it!



Now that you know how to use IFTTT, why don't you try it out for yourself? Believe me,  you'll save so much time from doing redundant online tasks just by using IFTTT. It's reliable.  See for yourself. 

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May you be blessed with a delightful life. 


Madel Reyes
Your Delightful VP


yourdelightfulvp@madelreyes.com

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