On this page:
1. What it does
Allows you to use Sleep as Android as a trigger for IFTTT tasks.
We use the IFTTT Webhooks (formerly Maker) channel to send triggers/events from Sleep as Android.
2. Where to find it
Settings → Services → Automation → IFTTT
When you enable the option, you will be taken to its settings.
In Settings → Services → IFTTT, tap on Retrieve. An IFTTT login screen will show up below.
Enter your email and password and tap Sign in.
Don’t use Google/Facebook login. It doesn’t work when the web browser window is embedded inside our app.
If you don’t want to fill your email/password inside our app, you can copy the needed ID from your own browser. Check https://ifttt.com/services/maker_webhooks/settings – the ID is in the page’s URL, after /use/)
Your ID gets loaded automatically and “IFTTT connected” message will appear.
Now you can add IFTTT recipes on the IFTTT create page.
Click on +THIS and select Webhooks > Receive a web request.
In the “event name” field, type one of the events below. Click Create trigger.
Click on +THAT and choose your desired action.
In +THAT, you can also add variables (or "ingredients" as IFTTT calls them) from the event. For example with alarm_alert_start, we are sending the alarm timestamp and label.