Connects OctoPrint events to IFTTT
Note: this plugin has not been tested with versions under 1.3.10; they may not work!
- Allows for multiple IFTTT accounts to be connected
- Allows for multiple triggers for each event
- Allows customization of Value[1-3] placeholders; either static or a property of the event payload
- Allows for default prefixes so you don’t have to type in lots of triggers
- Works with custom events!*
*May not be (officially) supported; see #2965 for more info.
Install via the bundled Plugin Manager or manually using this URL:
A unique API key for IFTTT. Go here and click on “Documentation”. On the documentation page it will tell you your key: “Your key is: …”. You can put multiple makerkeys, seperated by newlines, here.
Default prefixes for the triggers. If you have an event
MyEvent and prefixes
prefix2-, it will, by default make the triggers
prefix2-MyEvent. Seperate the prefixes with newlines.
Define events to send to IFTTT.
A list of triggers to trigger on IFTTT.
IFTTT Webhooks allows for a payload with three values. It will interpret this string like so:
- If the value begins with a dot (
.), it will use that prop of the event payload (e.g.
- If it begins with a colon (
:) it will use the string after the colon
- Otherwise it will just send the plain text