IFTTT hooks up with Twitter to bring back tweet-based triggers

When Twitter announced a strict new set of rules for how developers could use its API, automation service IFTTT removed all of its popular Twitter triggers, which let you do things like archive your tweets and save links you favorite to Pocket. Today, IFTTT is reviving four of its most useful Twitter triggers: “new tweet by you”, “new tweet by you with hashtag,” “new link by you,” and “new favorite tweet by you.” This means you can turn off your lights whenever you tweet #LightsOut, archive all your tweets to Evernote, crosspost your tweets to App.net, and save links you favorite to a text file. This time around, the company did it with Twitter’s help.

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