We are very excited that we were able to launch our native IFTTT Service at the end of October 2019.
The native integration replaces the use of IFTTT Webhooks to connect Apilio with IFTTT and comes with a couple of advantages:
- Faster and less error-prone setup
- Higher reliability
- Better transparency to troubleshoot
To not confuse new users with two integration methods, we removed the options and information to create new connections via the IFTTT Webhooks Service for both incoming and outgoing traffic.
But of course we made sure that all existing integrations and configurations will continue to work as before and you also can still access and edit the elements.
Since we believe the mentioned advantages make a big difference, we encourage everyone to migrate to the native IFTTT Service over the next couple of weeks. We have created a guide that should help you doing it.
We also already have a backlog full of improvements and new features that we want to implement. So watch out for improvements over the next few weeks and months!
We have not a fixed date when we will discontinue support for the IFTTT Webhooks - we want to give everyone enough time for a smooth transition. But since supporting legacy features costs effort for maintenance, we aim to sunset it as soon as feasible. “Q1 2020” is a fuzzy goal that we have in mind.