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Transcript of IFTTT!
To Simplify Your Life
Putting the internet to work for you
If This Then That
What is it?
If This Then That!
It is a tool that allows you to make connections with one simple statement.
How Do I Use It?
Channels are the basic building blocks of IFTTT.
Each channel has its own triggers and actions. Some example channels are:
The this part of a Recipe is a Trigger. Some example Triggers are “I’m tagged in a photo on Facebook” or “I post a tweet on Twitter.”
The that part of a Recipe is an Action. Some example Actions are “send me a text message” or “create a status message on Facebook.
Let's say you share a with your students.
As well as a class twitter account!
OH NO YOU FORGOT TO ANNOUNCE QUIZ!
You already made a recipe on
there is a quiz scheduled on your shared google calendar.
Send a tweet from your class twitter account!
makes the internet work for you!
Why Use It?
IFTTT does (most) of the work for you!
To make YOUR classroom SOCIAL!
61% of adults who regularly go online—and 73% of online teens—interact with one another on social networking websites!
People spend 500 billion minutes per month on Facebook. The average Facebook user spends 55 minutes per day on the site!
61 percent of teachers, principals, and librarians are active in at least one social media space
IFTTT makes it easy to utilize social networks in your classroom
(THE RIGHT WAY!)
How are Educators Using IFTTT?
Print From Anywhere with Dropbox, IFTTT, and Automator!
Archive all of your (EDUCATIONAL) Tweets!
Receive an email every time a new free "Education" kindle book is published on Amazon.