IFTTT and SimpleCommands with Webhooks (aka SimpleURLs)

Linking a SimpleCommands Webhook to IFTTT:

Once you have your Webhook endpoint URL you are ready to integrate the Webhook with IFTTT. The integration is similar to that of Zapier or Microsoft Flow. This allows you run the Routine triggered by your Webhook based off countless actions in your IFTTT environment. After copying your SimpleURL follow the instructions below to get started.

  1. Go to create applets in IFTTT.
  2. Add a 'This' action. This can be anything you want in the IFTTT environment.
  3. When adding a 'That' action, search for Webhooks and press 'Make a web request'.
  4. You'll be taken to this screen:        

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Paste the Webhook's endpoint into the URL section, select POST as the method and application/json as the Content Type. Press 'Save' and follow IFTTT's instructions until you complete the Webhook integration.

 

For any additional questions please visit our Knowledge Base, or contact us here. We'll get back to you as quickly as we can! To get started, go to the App Store or Google Play store and download SimpleCommands!

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