5 IFTTT Recipes to Power Your Day

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5 IFTTT Recipes to Power Your Day

Posted by Taylor Pipes on 21 Feb 2015

Posted by Taylor Pipes on 21 Feb 2015

IFTTT is a service that lets you create powerful connections with one simple statement — if this then that.

It also has the ability to work with Evernote to automate notes, sync content, archive data, and much more. It’s the perfect way to help streamline daily tasks and help you focus on the important projects and career objectives.

We recently discovered a few interesting recipes on Twitter last week from Christopher Brown to share with you. From cataloging and saving online purchases to sending text to-dos, here’s a few ways to help you be productive on the go.

To get the recipe, click on the image.

Live journal
Journal your tweets into Evernote. Change the Twitter handle to your own and save it into Evernote.
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Purchase power
Add your Gmail purchases directly to Evernote. With this recipe, Gmail automatically assigns the Purchases category and automatically moves the receipt to Evernote.
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Tag Research
Move articles tagged as research into Evernote.
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Power Tip: To learn more about how to curate articles you discover on Pocket into Evernote, read our three step guide from Jamie Todd Rubin.

Text your to-dos
Send a text to IFTTT with a #a tag to automatically add to Evernote.
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Exercise your data
Publish your daily fitness activity from Fitbit into a single note in Evernote. This way, you can always have a snapshot of your workout routine day-by-day.
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Use the Evernote Channel on IFTTT to create and share Recipes that automate notes, sync content, archive data, and much more.

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  • Brian at Scrubly

    Awesome post. I’m a huge fan of IFTTT and Evernote to automatically archive content for searching later. We did our own writeup on some of these over at the Scrubly blog here: http://www.scrubly.com/blog/how-to-evernote/remember-social-media-moments-with-ifttt-and-evernote/