In episode 234 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked about the possible reasons why IFTTT turns off T2 recipes in some older accounts.
The exact question was:
I have some older IFTTT accounts and when I went to login to IFTTT i noticed all my T2 recipes have been turned off. Any idea as to why? Too many rss feeds so iIFTTT turns them off because it looks like spam? All are reenabled so its working fine now.
In episode 65 of the weekly Hump Day Hangouts, someone was asking about the Twitter-based recipes in IFTTT.
The exact question was:
Hey guys, there have been discussions suggesting we use our Twitter channel as our main feed and set up a set of IFTTT recipes which posts our tweets out to all our web 2.0 properties. Are the twitter recipes something additional to standard RSS triggered recipes that we should be using? How exactly should we be using Twitter based recipes in conjunction with our regular approach? Just trying to understand whether or not there have been any changes along these lines by you guys or if we just stick with the same formula. Thanks?
Adam: Hey, everybody. Welcome to Hump Day Hangouts with Semantic Mastery. Of course, it is episode 52. We've made it a year. Luckily, nothing horrible happened in the last week so we were able to make it here today. Today is the 28th of October and of course we've got everybody here for this episode. How's it going, Chris?
Chris: Hello, Adam. How is everybody doing?
Adam: Good, good. Hernan, how are you doing?
Bradley: Hernan is muted.
Adam: Oh, right.
Hernan: Hey, [inaudible 00:00:26] everyone.
Adam: I'm sorry. Marco, what's up?
Marco: Hey, everybody. Happy to be here.
Adam: Bradley, how's it going, man.
Bradley: Excited to be here at 52 weeks in a row, guys. That's unheard of. I'm really proud of us for being able to do that without missing a single week. We'll probably be bragging about this for months to come.
Adam: Every Wednesday you'll get to hear.
Bradley: There's no more Hump Day Hangouts after today. No. We're going to keep it going. We've got one scheduled week off next month but beyond that, as far as I know we're just going to keep on rolling. We enjoy doing this. This is our way of giving back to our students as well. This business has been good to us and we all enjoy that. I know we do.
Thanks for everybody being here for this special episode. I know Adam's got a couple of more announcements and then we'll get right into questions because there's already a ton of them. Go ahead, Adam.
Adam: Yeah, hopefully everybody heard about the contest we had. We sent out the emails over the past few days. We posted in the groups so hopefully you guys got in there and got a chance to sign up. We just drew the winners so going to just go down the list here. We've got a six-month master class worth lots of money. It says on the page but the winner of that is RK. It is [email protected] You will be getting an email with that. We'll be contacting you shortly.
The second prize was one month of Video Powerhouse. This is our video embed network that we've been talking about that we had a limited release to our MasterMIND members. This isn't even available publicly right now. The lucky winner there is Lawrence Heraldo, [email protected] We'll be contacting you shortly and last but not least [crosstalk 00:02:13]. What's up?
IFTTT is an amazingly useful web based tool that can be used in a wide variety of ways. However, if you are new to IFTTT and are not sure exactly how it works, then watch this video to get an over view of IFTTT and how it can be put to work for you – from automatically syndicating content to delivering items for storage.