I am back!! I meant like right after this post I took about a one month break

Haha. I'm finishing checking the availability of my idea. I'll PM you soon :). If anyone else got interested on the todoist integration please reply to this post or PM me

I didn't yet, I ended up taking a WIP break.

hm... to bad. Hope you gonna go back soon. The community is amazing. I think I found a easy way to create one. When you come back PM me :)

I am back!! I meant like right after this post I took about a one month break

Haha. I'm finishing checking the availability of my idea. I'll PM you soon :). If anyone else got interested on the todoist integration please reply to this post or PM me

doesn't @ifttt have to be in the wipchat channel though?

yeah you have to forward message from wipbot to ifttt bot within telegram - must be a way to do that automatically πŸ€” idk

that would be amazing! it would also solve my use case for when i messaged you about embedding my tasks/profile

ooooh, interesting

i don't know much about telegram, but I wonder if you can forward texts from @wipbot to a new channel, so it may work with that IFTTT recipe

I just tied it, it works well:

  1. set up new applet
  2. Select telegram, Choose trigger: 'New message with key phrase to @IFTTT'
  3. Add your product hashtag as the keyphrase (or your telegram username), send anything as the reply
  4. Create trigger -> Twitter -> Post a tweet
  5. In front of {{text}}, add βœ… or something

then forward anything from @wipbot to iftttbot.. flow can be improved probably

doesn't @ifttt have to be in the wipchat channel though?

yeah you have to forward message from wipbot to ifttt bot within telegram - must be a way to do that automatically πŸ€” idk

what's the workload for something like this? could it easily be outsourced? i'm not a dev

Quite simple. You just have to check one API and push things into Twitter's API (and also some logic to prevent reposts etc) and run this script from time to time.

I guess any Ruby or Python dev can build it and you won't have any problems outsourcing it. Having said that, it is definitely something fun to hack on a weekend if you're learning how to code.

thanks for the info! will look into this.

how hard do you think that would be for a non dev?

Its easy (for me atleast since I'm a dev)

But still you have to fetch & display so you can checkout https://dev-blog.apollodata.com/4-simple-ways-to-call-a-graphql-api-a6807bcdb355

There are 4 ways in the tutorial. Use any one & you will be fine. But there is just one problem you can't query it without using API Key so someone can use your Key to delete or modify all your todos or products, etc..

But I guess nobody has time for that πŸ˜‚ but still a security loophole

You'd probably spend a couple of days or more figuring all this stuff out.