Get an Email Alert for Rain Using If This Then That
Edited by Djinu, Alexander Avdeev, Eng
You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we are going to show how to add a notification if it is going to rain on the next day using If This, Then That service (IFTTT).
To set a notification, we type "rain" in If This, Then That search.
There are a plenty of different ways to get to the notification. We can have it sent to our email address. If we use the IF application, then the notification can be pushed to our phone whenever it is going to rain.
We click "If it's going to rain tomorrow, send me an email!" to have the notification sent to our email address.
We click "Connect" under "Weather Channel".
We connect weather to our location. In this video, we type "Tbilisi, Georgia".
Now, we click "Connect" to connect our Gmail account.
We type our email address in the "To which email address?" field.
We can click the drop-down menu under "Condition" to change the condition.
We can change it to "Rain", "Snow", "Cloudy", or "Clear". We'll send a basic forecast with a low and high temperatures as well as the condition.
We click "Add".
Now, whenever it will rain on the next day, we'll get an email notification message from If This, Then That.
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Video: Get an Email Alert for Rain Using If This Then That
Recent edits by: Alexander Avdeev, Djinu