Curious, I have devices that work in IFTTT but are not yet supported in Stringify. The functionality for IFTTT is too simple for what I want to achieve. Therefore, I was thinking of something like this:
Create 2 separate IFTTT applets. In both applets the THAT is to run a Stringify applet. Then when both are TRUE use the output of Stringify to run a 3rd IFTTT applet.
What I want to do is AND 2 IFTTT applets together in Stringify then run a 3rd IFTTT app from Stringify. In another thread it looks like I can bring at least two IFTTT applets into one Stringify flow. What about more?
Here's where I'm confused at how it will actually work. Will Stringify hold the state of the incoming IFTTT applets?
Therefore, when one IFTTT applet triggers, Stringify will latch this TRUE state at the input of the AND and wait indefinitely until the other IFTTT applet triggers and supplies the other TRUE state to the AND function?
Being these inputs are coming from IFTTT which is waiting for a trigger I'm unclear on how Stringify will act. It's not like a time widget that can always be checked.
Ultimately, if this works and I can AND two IFTTT apps in this manner together, the next step in the flow will be to trigger another IFTTT applet for my final outcome.
Just to be sure, think along the lines of: if the door open AND the alarm is set, tell the hub to shut the door with all device that are only supported by IFTTT and not Stringify (yet! One device mfg said it's on their radar).