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If This Then That

Aug - 29 - 2012
Nicole C. Engard

How is it that I haven’t told you all about this tool yet? I was looking for a way to automatically post my Delicious bookmarks to my blog and my friend John LeMasney asked me if I had tried IFTTT yet. IFTTT is a site that lets you program automated actions on the web!

IFTTT is a service that lets you create powerful connections with one simple statement:

If this, then that.

We call ‘this’ the Trigger, and ‘that’ the Action. Together, it is a Recipe.

IFTTT is pronounced like “Lift” without the “L.”

Check out all of the cool ways you can automate posting with this awesome tool. Right now I’m using it to post my Delicious bookmarks to Twitter and Facebook as I save them. What I’m waiting for is a ‘recipe’ for sharing from here to Google+ … let me know if you find one that works!

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  1. [...] husband and I were just talking about IFTTT (which I mentioned earlier this week) and how we can’t use it to post our blog content to Google+ automatically – in fact [...]


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