That’s why I love this Recipe, which creates a Bitly Bitmark for all iOS screenshots. Bitly’s Bitmarks are like bookmarks, so it creates a dedicated link for your screenshot that’s viewable from any device. (Goodbye, emailing screenshots!)
It requires activating the Bitly channel (and creating a free account if you don’t already have one), as well as authorizing the IF app to access your iOS photos.
That’s about as hard as it gets, though—once those steps are done, the rest is automatic and easy.
Speaking of photos, I’m sure you have plenty stored on Facebook and Instagram. But sometimes, you want access to those photos in a nice, simple, offline way.
Both of these recipes store the photos in albums, and create those albums if necessary. Luckily, you can change the names, as the suggested ones (“Instagram likes” and “Tagged on Facebook”) are a little clumsy.
Have any favorite IFTTT Recipes for iOS automation that you’d like to share? Let us know in the comments below.
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