You may have received an email from Gmail saying that Stringify hasn't yet complied with their security requirements and that the integration will stop working.
That's not quite the case. Google has changed the requirements of what kind of services can check your email.
- Native and web email clients that allow users to compose, send, read, and process email via a user interface
- Applications that automatically backup email
- Applications that enhance the email experience for productivity purposes (such as applications for customer relationship management, delayed sending of email, or mail merge)
- Applications that use information from emails to provide reporting or monitoring services for the benefit of users (such as applications that automate travel itineraries or track flight or package delivery statuses)
Unfortunately, Stringify, as a home automation service, does not qualify for any of those use cases, and therefore we will be discontinuing Gmail triggers as of March 31st. We apologize for the short notice (we did not know about this change before today). Note that IFTTT and other similar services have to disable their triggers as well.
I plan on sending an email out to all Stringify users that are using Gmail triggers tomorrow or Monday.