I don’t think it’s currently possible, because IFTTT can’t be triggered for “left open/left closed” events like the Wyze app can.
I made a wishlist item the other day, to create a “Virtual Switch” in the Wyze app. If they add this ONE functionality to the app, (and obviously add the virtual switch as a trigger and action to Alexa, IFTTT, and Google Assistant) it would unlock tons of potential. Basically, it would allow you to automate one or more actions outside of the Wyze app based on anything the Wyze app can already do, and it would allow you to automate one or more actions inside the Wyze app based on anything Alexa, IFTTT, or Google Home can already do.
If a Wyze Virtual Switch functionality existed, you’d do this, in this scenario:
- Make a rule in Wyze that turns on a virtual switch when the fridge door has been left closed for 48 hours
- Go to https://ifttt.com/create/ and make an IFTTT service that uses the virtual switch as a trigger to send an email.
Technically, you could accomplish this today if you wanted to leave a Wyze Plug plugged into an outlet doing nothing except waiting for your fridge NOT to open. But that seems like a waste of a Wyze Plug when the functionality could easily be added with an app update. (It shouldn’t even require much dev work on the backend. They’d basically just duplicate the existing code for the Wyze Plug and remove everything related to the physical item.)
Please vote if you like the idea. I’m trying to rally support. I’m convinced this is the single most powerful thing they could do to improve integrations across the board. It would allow you to create your own rules that work the same across all of those apps, and Wyze wouldn’t need to add a million different conditional triggers to IFTTT, Alexa, and Google. Just one trigger for the Virtual Switch would let you automate based anything you can already automate from in the app. (Or vice-versa – based on anything you can do in IFTTT, Alexa, or Google Home)