Integrations

IFTTT

Bidirectional integration with IFTTT and Streamer.bot
0.1.8

Execute an action in Streamer.bot from any IFTTT applet and/or send outgoing triggers from Streamer.bot to IFTTT.

This integration requires the Streamer.bot Website Integration

Configuration

  1. Create a new applet in your IFTTT app
  2. For If This, select the Streamer.bot service
  3. Select the IFTTT Notification Sub-Action as your trigger
  4. If you have not already, you will be asked to authenticate with your Streamer.bot account
  5. Enter a matching event name in both your IFTTT applet and your Streamer.bot sub-action to trigger on specific events

Usage

2Sub Actions

IFTTT Sub-Actions

Trigger IFTTT applets with Streamer.bot
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0Triggers

Triggers

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0Methods

C# Methods

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IFTTT Actions

Explore the Streamer.bot Service on IFTTT

Execute Action

The Execute Action IFTTT action allows you to execute any action in your Streamer.bot instance along with a configurable text field.

The following arguments will be made available to your Streamer.bot actions:

NameDescription
iftttTextThe contents of the Text field from your IFTTT applet. This can include any ingredients from other IFTTT supported services in your applet.

Execute Action (JSON)

The Execute Action (JSON) IFTTT action allows you to execute any action in your Streamer.bot instance with a JSON payload that is automatically parsed into variables for usage in your Streamer.bot sub-actions.

This is extremely useful for connecting generic webhooks with Streamer.bot through the IFTTT Webhooks Integration.

All top level keys in the JSON payload passed to this action will be available as variables in Streamer.bot

For example, the following JSON payload...

{ "test": "some value", "test2": "some other value" }

...will be transformed into the variables test and test2, which will be populated with their respective values.