Adding Blue Iris to IFTTT

Step 1: Log in to IFTTT. https://ifttt.com/

Step 2: Add the ‘WebHooks’ service. https://ifttt.com/my_services

Step 3:

1)Open Blue Iris

2) Right-click the camera you want to receive and alert for.

3) Choose “Camera Properties”

4) Click the “Alerts” tab

5) Check the box next to “Request from a web service”

6) Click the “Configure” button for “Request from a web service”

7) Under “When Triggered” choose “https://”

8) enter “maker.ifttt.com/trigger/BlueIris<camera-name>/with/key/<Your-Maker-channel-key>”

8a) Replace <camera-name> (and remove the < & >) with the name of the camera in question. “BlueIrisFrontPorch”, “BlueIrisBasementDoor”, etc…. USE THIS AS YOUR EVENT NAME IN THE TRIGGER

8b) Replace <Your-Maker-channel-key> (and remove the < & >) with your unique Maker channel ID. “FHY834hTg893kkls24FHt” or whatever.

9) Click “OK”s until you are out of camera properties.

Step 4: Go back to IFTTT and create your applet using WebHooks for ‘this” and then your choice for ‘that’. https://ifttt.com/create

1) Click on the Webhooks Tile

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2) Click on the Tile on the left ‘Receive a Web Request’

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3) Remember step 8a above? Put the name here. Then click ‘Create Trigger’.

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4) Once ‘This’ was added, click on ‘That’.Capture.PNG

5) Search for the action you want.

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6) Finalize and create your Applet.

 

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