Last year, I wrote a post, IFTTT + Insteon, on how you could use Automate Green to integrate the IFTTT service with your Insteon devices. Since then, we have made a lot of improvements to the Automate Green Web App. This How-To will show you how to use the Web App to generate all the IFTTT Maker Channel settings.
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This HowTo will cover the options for managing API tokens. Tokens can be generated and managed either with the new web interface or directly via the API.... read more
This post provides instructions on how to use an Insteon device to trigger your IFTTT Maker recipe.
About a month ago, I wrote a post on how to use IFTTT to control your Insteon devices. There was a lot of positive feedback, and a large number of readers are now using Automate Green with IFTTT to control their Insteon devices.
For this post, I'll show you how to have ITFFF call you if your Insteon Leak sensor detects a leak. (i.e. If leak then call me.)... read more
Adding an Insteon Hub (model 2242) to Automate Green requires some manual steps. If you know your way around your home router, it will be easy. You'll first need to setup your home network to allow our servers to access your Hub. Then, you'll need to tell us where to access it. Once the Hub is connected, the configuration currently on the Hub will be available. If you haven't configured your hub (via the Insteon App), you can use Automate Green to configure it.... read more
IFTTT is great and has a lot of great integrations with home automation, but no Insteon support - until now! OK, there may not be official support, but with the new Maker channel, we can make it work.
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