IFTTT, Evernote and Twitter

It’s been quite a while since I’ve said anything about IFTTT.

If you’ve never heard of it, IFTTT describes itself as:

a service that lets you create powerful connections with one simple statement: If this, then that.

Each IFTTT you set up is called a Recipe. Here are couple of examples:

-If I post a new photo to Instagram, post it to my facebook page [link]

-If the weather forecast includes snow, send me a text message [link]

-Tweet my facebook status updates [link]

As you can see, IFTTT is a powerful tool

It integrates with over 80 different services.

It can text, email, and notify you.

It’s free.

Let’s delve in to all the possibilities when you hook up Twitter and Evernote in IFTTT.

I use the Evernote service as my external brain. It’s where all the stuff that I curate goes.

I use it on my mac, my iPhone, iPad, and via the web.

I’ve been realizing that I can use IFTTT in conjunction with Evernote to automatically save stuff that I know I want to save.

In this week’s video, I will:

  • Take you on a tour of my personal recipes
  • Teach you how to create a recipe
  • Show you specifically how I save certain tweets to Evernote.

So, without further ado:

Do you need help coming up with a good IFTTT recipe?

Leave a comment with some details- what services you use most frequently and how you’d like them to work together and I’ll help you come up with some ideas!

Photo by Ed Bierman

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