Welcome to collective.ifttt!

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ifttt.com - If This Then That, also known as IFTTT (pronounced /ɪft/) - is a free web-based service to create chains of simple conditional statements, called applets. These applets can perform a configured action in response to a trigger. Triggers and actions are web services provided by platforms such as Facebook, Pinterest, Youtube, Spotify - and now, Plone sites.

Below are a few examples of IFTTT applets for better understanding:

  • If a video is liked on Youtube, then save the video details in Evernote
  • If a profile picture gets changed on Facebook, then update the same profile picture on Twitter
  • If I’m tagged in a photo on Facebook, then save it to my phone gallery
  • If I receive an email about a new Twitter follower in my Gmail inbox, then tweet the new follower a welcome message
  • If NASA posts a new astronomy picture of the day, then add it to my screensaver gallery.
  • Email me about Top Apps that have become FREE in the Apple App Store.
  • Automatically unmute my Android phone when I get back home.
  • Add a Spotify song from a liked YouTube Video.

collective.ifttt is an addon which enables any Plone site to play in the IFTTT ecosystem by allowing you to create IFTTT applets.

Below are a few examples of using IFTTT with Plone sites.

  • If a news item is published, then tweet about it or post it on Facebook.
  • If an event is published, then add it to my calendar.
  • If new users sign up for an event, then add them to a Slack channel.
  • If content changes, then record who edited it in a Google spreadsheet.