IFTTT Rolls Out Powerful New Twitter Triggers For Searches, Mentions, Location Tracking And More


Just over a year ago, « internet glue » service IFTTT, which lets you define triggers to automate actions associated with your online accounts and services, rolled out a new set of Twitter triggers that complied with Twitter’s new rules for developers. Today, the company is expanding on that earlier lineup with several other new triggers, including those that let you kick off actions when someone mentions you, when a specific user tweets, when a user tweets in a specific area, and other search-based criteria.

As you may recall, IFTTT in 2012 had to shut down its Twitter triggers to comply with Twitter API policy changes for third-party developers which involved how Twitter’s data could be accessed and how tweets can be displayed. At the time, the changes were pretty upsetting to a number of IFTTT power users who had once been able to do cool things like saving archives of tweets…

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