Pulsoid webhooks for IFTTT integration. Trigger events with your heart rate.

New integration available for Pulsoid BRO users - IFTTT webhooks. Now you can trigger any event with your heart rate by creating a new IFTTT applet Webhook + third party service. IFTTT webhook will be triggered by Pulsoid integration when your heart rate is over some number you choose.



There are 2 main things you need to do: 1. Create a new Applet in the IFTTT with Webhook + third party service 2. Set up IFTTT integration in Pulsoid


1. Creating a new IFTTT Applet


- login into your IFTTT account. A free account allows creating 3 simple applets.

- click 'Create'

- IFTTT (If This Then That) Applet contains at least 2 parts, we will have: If 'Pulsoid heart rate is over X' Then 'Tweet text'



IF THIS - Webhooks


Click 'Add' On If This rule and find Webhooks in the services list. Click and choose the event 'Receive a web request'.

Set up Webhook event. You need to add the event name, the same event name should appear in the Pulsoid integration settings later. The default name used in the Pulsoid integration is heart_rate.



THEN THAT - Twitter


Click 'Add' on Then That rule and find Twitter in the services list. Click and choose the event 'Post a tweet':

Authorize IFTTT to access your Twitter account:


Set up 'Post a tweet' event. You need to Add {{Value1}} in the text - it will display your heart rate at the moment when the event is triggered:


Complete


Click Complete and create Applet Title.

Later, you will need to get back to IFTTT website to find your personal webhook key (in Documentation) to use it in Pulsoid.


2. Seting up IFTTT webhook integration in Pulsoid


Open Pulsoid Dashboard -> Integrations

Add the IFTTT Webhooks from the Marketplace to your integrations list.

You need Pulsoid BRO plan to be able to use Integrations feature.


Configure integration: - change trigger heart rate and how often it should fire - Event name is the one you used in the IF THIS webhook service settings on IFTTT

- Key can be found in the Webhooks service Documentation of your IFTTT account




Event Name

Event name in the Integration settings has to be the same you added in 'Event name' field in IFTTT Applet IF THIS Webhooks service settings.


Key

Key is your IFTTT Webhooks service key. It will allow Pulsoid to trigger events. You can find your key in your IFTTT account -> My services -> Webhooks -> Documentation


Copy your key and use in the Integration settings


Save & let's tweet from the bottom of your heart đź’™


Save your integration settings and you will be able to Enable it or Fire test webhook.


Done. You are all set up. When you heart rate is over BPM you set as a Trigger heart rate, IFTTT Applet will be activated and THEN THAT event will happen.





Let us know how you use it


Share your IFTTT use cases with us on Twitter, Discord, or email us at support@pulsoid.net




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