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With IFTTT, you can set up an alert from the City of Edmonton’s website such as air quality or if High Level Bridge is lit up. That’s a great way engage your audience.

IFTTT stands for “If This Then That,” and is a great way to automate tedious data-pulling tasks. In this tutorial, we’ll be looking at how to use IFTTT to automatically pull data from the City of Edmonton. To get started, you’ll need an IFTTT account and an account with the City of Edmonton.

Step 1: Set Up Your IFTTT Account

The first step is to set up your IFTTT account. You’ll need to create a username and password, as well as provide some basic contact information. After that, you’ll be ready to start creating “applets,” or automated tasks.

Step 2: Connect Your City of Edmonton Account

Once your IFTTT account is set up, you’ll need to connect your City of Edmonton account. To do this, go to the “My Services” page and search for the “City of Edmonton” service. Click on it and then follow the on-screen instructions to connect your account.

Step 3: Create Your Applet

Now that your City of Edmonton account is connected, you can create your applet. On the IFTTT home page, click on the “Create” button and select the “New Applet” option. Next, click on the “This” portion of the applet and select the City of Edmonton service.

Step 4: Select Your Trigger

Now you’ll need to select the trigger for your applet. IFTTT offers several different triggers for the City of Edmonton service, including new data releases, updated data sets, and new events. Select the one that best suits your needs and click the “Create Trigger” button.

Step 5: Select Your Action

The next step is to select the action that will be taken when the trigger is activated. IFTTT offers several different actions for the City of Edmonton service, including sending an email, making an API call, and adding data to a spreadsheet. Select the one that best suits your needs and click the “Create Action” button.

Step 6: Review and Activate Your Applet

Once you’ve selected your trigger and action, it’s time to review and activate your applet. On the review page, you’ll be able to see your trigger and action, as well as any other details you may have entered. If everything looks good, click the “Finish” button to activate your applet.

And that’s it! You’ve successfully created an IFTTT applet that will automatically pull data from the City of Edmonton. Now you can rest easy knowing that your data will always be up-to-date and accurate. Enjoy!