While there’s not a native channel for Twine on IFTTT, it’s easy to set up IFTTT recipes using Twine’s existing notifications. Email? Can do! Twitter? Of course. SMS? That too. It opens up a world of possibilities for your Twine.
For example: Do you hate coming home to dark house? Set up your Twine and a breakout board with a photoresistor to turn on a lamp when it gets dark in your house (with a little help from a WeMo switch and IFTTT).
Here’s how to do it:
1. Set up your Twine with the breakout board and photoresistor like this.
2. Save a rule like this:3. Set up your WeMo switch.
2. Set up a recipe at IFTTT.com that connects emails from your Twine to your WeMo switch.
Something to consider: the WeMo action on IFTTT only checks every 15 minutes, so the lights won’t turn on immediately.
3. Don’t worry about coming home to darkness ever again!