The full form is ‘If This Then That’. This is a web service that connects other different web services on the internet. There are two types of ‘recipes’ we can create with ‘IFTTT’. One is ‘IF’ recipe and another is ‘DO’ recipe. ‘IF’ recipe runs in background automatically. To execute ‘DO’ recipe we need an ‘IFTTT’ app for ‘Android’ or ‘iOS’.

1. Example of ‘IF’ service: If I tweet on ‘Twitter’ then post that tweet to ‘Facebook’ as a status update.

2. Example of ‘DO’: Let your family person know that you are coming to home with just a tap on a ‘DO’ button.

Read more about ‘IFTTT’ on ‘Wikipedia’:

Go to IFTTT website and explore:

The possibilities are endless.

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