We all heard the official Homey support for IFTTT will end, and those still using it are probably looking for alternatives. Look no further - you can keep using IFTTT together with Homey (in a slightly different way) using webrequests. Both directions are covered, also see the second post in this thread. Don’t be intimidated by the length of this post, once you get it it is not that hard.
Start an IFTTT applet from Homey
To start an IFTTT action from Homey, you need to create a webrequest trigger in IFTTT. The applet is called “Webhooks” (it used to be called the maker channel).
When selecting a trigger, search for webhooks:
Then choose “”web request”:
And pick a nice name for your action:
Then complete your applet with the action you want:
To be able to trigger this action, you need to know the webrequest to send from Homey. You can get this by clicking you account name in IFTTT and picking “Services”, then “Webhooks”, and click the gear icon:
There you find an URL, you simply click to go to the page with the instructions:
Which takes you to the page with the URL you need:
Take the URL you find there, replace the event with the keyword you chose before, and put that in a Logic card with the webrequest:
Your flow should look something like this: