IFTTT in a blog post said that Amazon is removing the service from Alexa beginning October 31st. “Once the integration is severed, users won’t be able to ask Alexa to trigger IFTTT applets,” reports The Verge. “Certain automations will stick around in the IFTTT app, but some will be archived on November 1st unless you take action.” From the report: If your IFTTT applets use a specific phrase or question as the trigger (“Alexa, trigger…” or “Alexa, what’s on my to-do list?”), that will convert to using an IFTTT button widget that you can either use in the app or add to your smartphone’s homescreen. But all other triggers set up through Alexa — say, an automation that runs when you add something to your to-do list — will be archived. You will also have to remove any Alexa ingredients from your applets or they’ll stop working.

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