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What is IFTTT?

IFTTT (an abbreviation of "If This Then That") is a web-based service that allows users to create chains of simple conditional statements, called "recipes", which are triggered based on changes to other services. There are hundreds of channels available on IFTTT which can be used to trigger actions, popular channels include M2X, Twitter, Gmail, iOS, Android, Philips Hue, GE Appliances, and many more!

Connect M2X to hundreds of other apps, services and hardware using the IFTTT M2X Channel. The possibilities are endless!

PLEASE NOTE: The IFTTT M2X Channel is configured to work with M2X v2 Triggers. If you have any M2X v1 triggers that you would like to use with IFTTT you will need to upgrade your Triggers.

Example Recipes

IFTTT Recipe: Receive an SMS whenever an M2X Device Trigger fires connects at-t-m2x to sms IFTTT Recipe: Receive an email whenever an M2X Device's Trigger is fired connects at-t-m2x to email IFTTT Recipe: Receive an SMS whenever an M2X Device's Location is updated connects at-t-m2x to sms IFTTT Recipe: Send a command to an M2X Device via SMS connects sms to at-t-m2x IFTTT Recipe: Log stock data in M2X for analysis and visualization connects stocks to at-t-m2x