Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Save Time By Automating Tasks

231 views

Published on

More than saving money, automation has helped us with our daily tasks. One such automating software is IFTTT (If This Then That). It is an app that creates links from one app to another to perform complex tasks with just a click of a button.

See how it's done with this tutorial.

Published in: Software
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

Save Time By Automating Tasks

  1. 1. Tutorial Get Started: IFTTT
  2. 2. What is IFTTT?
  3. 3. allows users to connect apps and devices through chains of simple conditional statements.
  4. 4. Why use IFTTT?
  5. 5. #1 Save time
  6. 6. #2 Automate tasks
  7. 7. Creating an Account
  8. 8. Search for IFTTT
  9. 9. Click the link for IFTTT
  10. 10. Or click Sign up
  11. 11. Add Email sampleemail@dmomain.com
  12. 12. Add Password sampleemail@dmomain.com
  13. 13. Click Create account sampleemail@dmomain.com
  14. 14. Click this
  15. 15. Click that
  16. 16. Sign-up using facebook sampleemail@domomain.com Fill out the form and click Log In Click Continue
  17. 17. Sample recipe
  18. 18. Select the apps you want to connect
  19. 19. Homepage
  20. 20. What is a recipe?
  21. 21. . Recipes are simple connections between products and apps
  22. 22. 2 types of Recipes
  23. 23. 1. DO Recipes
  24. 24. DO Recipes run with just a tap
  25. 25. It enables you to create your own personalized Button, Camera, and Notepad
  26. 26. The DO apps are available for iOS and Android
  27. 27. 2. IF Recipes
  28. 28. If Recipes run automatically in the background.
  29. 29. Create powerful connections with one simple statement
  30. 30. IF Recipes can be turned on and off
  31. 31. When turned back on, they pick up as if they were just added.
  32. 32. What are Triggers?
  33. 33. The if part of an IF Recipe is a Trigger
  34. 34. What are Actions?
  35. 35. The then part of an IF Recipe is an Action
  36. 36. What is a Polling Period?
  37. 37. Most IF Recipes check for new Trigger data every 15 minutes
  38. 38. Some Recipes run even faster.
  39. 39. What are Channels?
  40. 40. Channels are the basic building blocks of Recipes.
  41. 41. Each Channel has its own Triggers and Actions.
  42. 42. What are Ingredients?
  43. 43. Pieces of data from a Trigger are called Ingredients
  44. 44. IFTTT Dashboard
  45. 45. Search for Recipes
  46. 46. Search through the Recommended recipes
  47. 47. Search for DO & IF recipes
  48. 48. My Recipes
  49. 49. Create IF and DO Recipes
  50. 50. Includes Published Recipes
  51. 51. Search and save recipes
  52. 52. Channels
  53. 53. Search and connect Channels for Recipes
  54. 54. Or browse through the list
  55. 55. Creating IF Recipes
  56. 56. Go to My Recipes
  57. 57. Click Create a Recipe
  58. 58. Click this
  59. 59. Search/Choose Trigger Channel Step 1
  60. 60. Click Connect Step 1
  61. 61. Log in to the Channel Step 1
  62. 62. Customize audience Step 1
  63. 63. Click OK Step 1
  64. 64. Customize what IFTTT can publish Step 1
  65. 65. Click OK Step 1
  66. 66. Click Done Step 1
  67. 67. Click Continue to the next step Step 1
  68. 68. Choose a Trigger from the options Step 2
  69. 69. Click Create Trigger Step 3
  70. 70. Click that
  71. 71. Search/Choose an Action Channel Step 4
  72. 72. Click Connect Step 4
  73. 73. Type Username/Email & Password Step 4
  74. 74. Click Authorize App Step 4
  75. 75. Click Authorize App again Step 4
  76. 76. Click Done Step 4
  77. 77. Click Continue to the next step Step 4
  78. 78. Select an Action Step 5
  79. 79. Add Tweet text Step 6
  80. 80. Select Image URL Step 6
  81. 81. Click Create Action Step 6
  82. 82. Check Recipe Title Step 7
  83. 83. Click Create Recipe Step 7
  84. 84. Options for created Recipes
  85. 85. Click Update after editing a Recipe
  86. 86. Test if the Recipe works
  87. 87. Creating DO Recipes
  88. 88. Browse Recipes
  89. 89. Do Button
  90. 90. Recipes that connect your button to Philips Hue, Google Drive, Nest Thermostat, and hundreds of Channels
  91. 91. Examples of Do Button recipes
  92. 92. Do Camera
  93. 93. Recipes that connect your camera to Facebook, Dropbox, Evernote, and hundreds of Channels
  94. 94. Examples of Do Camera recipes
  95. 95. Do Note
  96. 96. Recipes that connect your notepad to Evernote, Twitter, Google Calendar, and hundreds of Channels
  97. 97. Examples of Do Note recipes
  98. 98. “Automation is not for lazy people. It’s for people who want to see ROI from social media.” - Neil Patel
  99. 99. Thanks! Ivy T. Virtual Professional www.indieivy.com

×