IFTTT for Android: how to create and customize notifications with images

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    The service to automate actions IFTTT has updated its official application for Android to add an important novelty: the notifications-enriched.

    This support is translated in notifications more customizable, we can add an image and/or a link in addition to a title and a message up to now. This will open up a whole new range of possibilities.

    Notifications-enriched

    IFTTT

    Now when we create a recipe and let’s say that we want to receive a notification for a particular fact, we can select the action Notification the new option “Send to rich notification from the IFTTT app”.

    In this new kind of notification we can accompany the notices of IFTTT with visual information. By default, the notification will try to catch the image of the applet, or we can tell the URL image that we want to receive. you Cannot select an image from our gallery.

    Thanks to this new feature we will be able to see directly in the notification the image with the weather forecast, see the images of products, tweets or receive in a certain time, an image as a reminder. Yes, many applets will need to add compatibility with this new feature to provide the image of the notification.

    Via | AP
    Google Play | IFTTT
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    The news IFTTT for Android: how to create and customize notifications with images was originally published in Xataka Android by Cosmos .


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    IFTTT for Android: how to create and customize notifications with images
    Source: www.xatacandroid.com  
    March 1, 2018

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