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It seems these days as if you’re not getting anywhere unless you have a channel on the automation juggernaut known as IFTTT (If This Then That). In the past, we have highlighted lots of other companies who have allowed us to automate their service using IFTTT (the most recent one being Gmail attachments IFTTT Introduces Support For Gmail Attachments [Updates] IFTTT Introduces Support For Gmail Attachments [Updates] The automation giant IFTTT has just announced that their users can now make their Gmail automations much more powerful and effective by deciding how their email attachments are handled. Now included in the automation list... Read More ). But now the newspaper giant The New York Times has jumped right in with both feet with their own IFTTT channel, enabling you to have various stories and features from the NYT sent to you automatically. For those who love to read the news, this one could be heaven-sent.

There are currently 71 “recipes” on IFTTT which involve the NYT in some way, and this includes the following 5 which immediately jumped out at me:

And what is even better is that you don’t need a NYT subscription to take advantage of these recipes. Just stick to your free NYT monthly quota and the recipes will work just fine without having to pay for a subscription.

Take the NYT channel for a spin and let us know what you think of it. What is your favourite IFTTT recipe for the NYT? Did you create your own? If so, let us know about it.

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Source: IFTTT NYT channel

  1. James Savin
    August 13, 2013 at 5:07 pm

    :)

  2. James Savin
    August 13, 2013 at 4:29 pm

    Another IFTTT article. Quelle suprise.

    Have any of the MakeUseOf writers something to declare regarding this constant IFTTT puffery ?

    • Mark O'Neill
      August 13, 2013 at 4:40 pm

      What, like it's an extremely good service, and any new improvements are worth mentioning to the readers?

      If you don't like IFTTT, then you didn't have to comment on this article!

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