If you haven’t heard of IFTTT, you should. It’s a web-based tool which helps automate daily Internet tasks. Pattern used is simple: if this then that.
Ebook lovers can find many useful IFTTT recipes here. They are mostly related to Kindle, but I managed to create one recipe devoted exclusively for Nook Store customers, who don’t want to miss any interesting title featured as Nook Daily Find:
Using this recipe is simple. First-time users will have to sign up to IFTTT and then activate email on a list of available services. You have to do it only once. Afterwards, if you want to use any recipe, it usually means all you have to do is to click on Use Recipe button. Simple as that.
You can personalize the content of the email by adding your own text or by adding/changing the available actions: entry title, entry url, entry content, etc. You can pick up ingredients from a drop-down list on the right side of email composing section.
Once you activate the recipe, you’ll be receiving emails from a sender called “IFTTT Action” and they will be looking like this:
Great thing about IFTTT is that you can turn recipes on and off. If you turn the recipe off, you won’t lose connection to delivery sources/feeds. In other words: you won’t need to sign up to the feed again, in order to get it back. All you have to do is to turn on again the recipe.
Are you interested in any action, which could help manage daily Internet tasks? Please, let me know in the comments and I’ll try to find out if this can be done by IFTTT.