IFTTT is on Integromat — now use Applets in your Scenarios

The IFTTT modules give you even more flexibility with your automations by letting you exchange data between a scenario on Integromat and an applet on IFTTT.

How to receive data from IFTTT

  • Insert the action Webhook — Make a web request. The applet should look like: If Your trigger thenWebhook — Make a web request
  • Click the ‘Add’ button to create a new webhook
  • Name your webhook and click Save
  • Copy the newly generated webhook URL and let the webhook wait to receive sample data
  • URL: Paste the webhook URL obtained from Integromat in the previous step
  • Method: POST
  • Content Type: application/json
  • Body: JSON with data you want to send to Integromat
"Value1Label": "{{Value1}}",
"Value2Label": "{{Value2}}"
  • Turn your IFTTT applet on and run it once. This will send sample data to the Integromat webhook which had been listening for data
  • Once the webhook receives the sample data, click ‘OK’ to continue and use the data received from IFTTT in subsequent modules of your Integromat scenario.

How to send data to IFTTT

  • Use Webhooks — Receive a web request as the trigger for your applet
  • Scroll below to enter an event name which you will need to enter when setting up the module on Integromat
  • Insert the action you want to control from Integromat. The applet should look like: If Webhooks — Receive a web request then Your action
  • Activate your applet.
  • Click ‘Add’ next to the Connection drop-down to create a new connection between Integromat and IFTTT. You will be requested to fill in the key obtained in the last step
  • Enter the event name that you had entered when creating the applet on IFTTT
  • Lastly, map the data in the fields Value1, Value2 and Value3. These values will be sent to IFTTT



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