I made two triggers, one using ifttt location, one using ifttt wifi detection. Like Applets in IFTTT, you need to create a Macro in MacroDroid in order to automate things. Goal: - Have the backdoor light turn on when anyone gets home if its after dark for 20 minutes. The second 2 have not worked for days. I have setup IFTTT to monitor the online status of a couple of cores in my home and log to a spreadsheet. Both trigger the same flow in homey (using the variables like Oskar). There are no outages listed anywhere on IFTTT site, and my credentials are still intact for Google Assistant and IFTTT. Now it ha stopped working - partially. The major advantage of MacroDroid over IFTTT is you can link more than one action to a single trigger. I've installed it on 2 android phones now. A simple IFTTT applet could be getting an email every time thereâs a public tweet tagged with a specific location. Weâve made tremendous progress with overall Applet speed in the last year. Once you jump through the minor hassle of installing the application and giving it access to your location data the world is your recipe-programming oyster; you can link your location to alerts, smartphone triggers, emails, pop-up reminders, and any other âthenâ channel available in the IFTTT â¦ - If both people leave the area all lights get turned off. I have matching âappletsâ for each core, one for online and one for offline detection. ifttt.com IFTTT. Tasks do poll for trigger data every 15 minutes officially, but there's some nuance to this that might be helpful to people who don't work with web services.. Polling means requesting new info periodically.. Every IFTTT recipe has two sides - the If This (trigger) side, and the Then That (action) side.. When a pinâs location is arrived at or departed from, LIFTTT sends an email to the IFTTT incoming trigger address, email@example.com. Hereâs everything you can do with the new Pro subscription. Each Macro is associated with a trigger that activates the automation. Hi, quick question. You can select from over 40 different triggers to activate a Macro. Even if you set your phone to use High Accuracy location settings, â¦ 1.d IFTTT. Many of the answers below mention polling and that is a big source of some of the slow down you may be experiencing. When I arrived home today the lights were on (got the debug message in the car when entering the street). I created 4 recipes: Turn on motion detection at the same time every weekday Turn off motion detection at the same time every weekday Kitchen Motion Detection Basement Motion Detection The first 2 work perfectly every day as they should. The trigger represents the search for something to trigger the recipe. IFTTT is an internet service that you can access using your smartphone (iOS or Android app) or computer. Step 1: Create an IFTTT Account. Creating a rule that will trigger based on the location of multiple people is a multi-step process. Questions: - Is there any way to increment and decrement a variable in ISY from IFTTT so I could keep track of how many people are home? More than doubling speed on average. I set up IFTTT and got it working a few days after it launched. One more phone-based option for people who find life 360 too intrusive (because it would allow you to track them throughout the day) is just to use the regular phone geolocation with IFTTT. Connect your Location to hundreds of other services. The first step is to create an IFTTT account. I have IFTTT applets set up to automate some home tasks, and they have been working fine for more than a year - until this evening (August 8th, 2019 around 9pm EST).