If This Then That (also know as IFTTT) is a way to easily automate tasks in your life. It can be automatically saving photos that you’re tagged in on Facebook to Dropbox, a security alert if your family members calls for emergency services, or even if you want your coffee pot to automatically turn on when you wake up in the morning. IFTT’s customizations are practically endless. This class (which was recorded with a live audience) will show you how to create automated tasks, offer advice on what gadgets you might want to think about purchasing in order to make that happen, and of course we’ll share with you our favorite IFTT recipes. Be sure to check out the giant list of links to products, recipes, and websites mentioned in this class which is located just below.

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Attend our live classes for free: http://PCClassesOnline.com

AUTOMATION PRODUCTS MENTIONED:
Belkin WeMo Outlet: http://bit.ly/1HClvyL
Belkin WeMo Light Switch: http://bit.ly/1HClH0W
Philips Hue Lighting: http://bit.ly/1SuPg86
Nest Smart Thermostat: http://bit.ly/1KrHvx5
Nest Protect (Smoke Detector and Carbon Monoxide) http://amzn.to/1Arq6kR

EXTERNAL WEBSITES MENTIONED:
http://emailtextmessages.com

LINKS TO DAVID’S FAVORITE RECIPES:
You can find links to all of my favorite recipes (including the ones I’ve created) via my profile on IFTTT at: https://ifttt.com/p/pcclassesonline/favorites

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8 Responses

  1. Peter Heels

    As always I like to try things that you suggest, and today was no exception. I just finished watching you class on IFTTT. Well I started to look for ways to use it and found that it would be a good idea to let my wife know when I’d be home after finishing work. Well I tried to put in my work location, and the map can’t find anything but USA. Thanks again David for everything else you put in your classes, but it would help with download time and signing up for things that aren’t much good if you happen to live outside the USA. Thanks again.
    Peter

  2. BILL BOYLE

    DO YOU HAVE A MAILING ADDRESS? PO BOX COUNTS.

  3. Peter Heels

    David I owe you an apoligy. Last night when i was trying to use IFTTT I couldn’t get an Australian map location. Well this morning IFTTT asked me to verify my email address and then it realised my location and now I have access to the world map. Again I’m sorry for doubting you. Alls well now. Thankyou.

  4. Chris Raman

    Thank you for a great overview of IFTTT