D-Link Is Removing IFTTT Support For Their Older Smart Home Devices
If you are using IFTTT to operate older D-Link smart home devices, we have some unfortunate news for you. IFTTT applets may not be compatible with some devices going forward.
D-Link just informed its users that as of December 1, its older Mydlink Home smart devices will no longer support IFTTT, the popular web service that lets users create and share applets that trigger actions based on a set of conditions.
On the brighter side, Mydlink app, D-Link’s new app, will still support IFTTT. Any IFTTT applets used on the Mydlink Home app will work until November 30.
The DCH-S160 water sensor, DCH-S150 motion sensor, DCH-S220 siren, security cameras, and some smart plugs are among the discontinued D-Link smart devices. These will no longer have IFTTT support. While they will no longer support IFTTT, users can use them, via the Mydlink Home app. D-Link first came up with the option of adding IFTTT applets in 2016. It has been widely appreciated and used by their users over this time.
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