More than 500 services can already be linked together with IFTTT. The range is expanding again, but some services must disappear.
IFTTT, short for If This Then That, has established itself as the standard for automation somewhere between the internet and the offline world. Some of the so-called recipes are practical, some are nonsense, and some don’t even make sense. The possibilities of combinations are almost endless, more than 500 services and platforms can be linked together.
AndroidPolice has discovered that 14 new services have recently been added. But we also have to say goodbye to some prominent names, for example, Facebook Messenger, which can be used to automatically send messages to contacts (well, maybe better this way).
How it works: Teach the Google Assistant its own commands via IFTTT
Party party now:
Along with Facebook Messenger They are the HP Print printing service, the G Smart smart home system, the Signul Bluetooth Beacon and Mirubee (now called Wibeee).