Create IFTTT applet with an 'If this **and this**, then that' statement

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#1

Does anyone know how to add another parameter to an IFTTT statement? Here’s what I’m looking to accomplish: If I enter a radius boundary around my home, and it’s between 7am–10pm, then turn off all notifications.

#2

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#3

yes yes! i totally know what you mean because i’ve wanted this too! like a if this, or that, then that. or a way to stack more than one this than that.

like if i am away from home, and its between 6pm and 11pm, then action

so instead i have an IFTTT that says if i am away, turn on notifications. if i return home, turn off notifications. but i’d want to add another level like time based.

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#4

I try to do that too… looks like there is no built-in support in IFTTT for multiple triggers, I am surprised that such basic feature is not there!

#5

i know. in this point in time, the popularity of IFTTT is there so why not expand it to be more.

#6

Looks like it could be achieved through custom applet, with “filter”. But looks too complicated for this basic function. :frowning:

#7

With some effort, seems to be working now… this is unnecessarily complicated to set up. And the motion sensor trigger seems to have a couple seconds delay…