How to find an Applet
There are millions of Applets, or automations, on IFTTT. Perhaps there's already one that does what you need! Check out this list of 700+ services on IFTTT or search 🔎 for an existing Applet.
How to create an Applet
Haven't found the right one? Try building your own Applet via ifttt.com/create where you can customize an automation for your specific requirements.
- IFTTT Pro users can create faster and more powerful Applets with multiple actions. To add additional actions, simply click the + button after adding your first action.
- IFTTT Pro+ and Legacy IFTTT Pro users can create even more powerful Applets with queries, filter code, and multiple actions. IFTTT Pro+ users can now use multiple accounts to connect and integrate them to the multiple criteria, multiple action Applets.
Here's a demo:
How to publish and share an Applet you created
Publishing your created Applets allows you to easily share them with your friends, family, followers, and more. It also makes them available for anyone else to discover and use. Go to your Personal Applets or check out our publishing guide to get started.
Why do some services not appear as a "this" or a "that"?
Many services only have triggers (this) while some only have actions (that). For example, Google Assistant only supports triggers, so you won't see it as an action.
Why can't I make an Applet with a certain trigger/action combination?
We aim for full interoperability between services but not all actions and triggers can be designed to work together. There may be technical limitations based on the service, or the combination is something the service does not allow IFTTT to do.
For example, Twitter restricts the ways new tweets can be posted using IFTTT, and does not allow Applets to be created using the New tweet from a specific user trigger and the Post a tweet action.
💡Note: Due to the countless varieties of Applet combinations on IFTTT, we can't assist with making an individual Applet directly. Check out our help section on Creating and managing Applets or post a request in the communities of IFTTT experts on Reddit and Hackster.io.