IFTTT is a San Francisco, CA based company that lets you “put the Internet to work for you.”

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Job searching comes with a lot of repetitive tasks. Imagine if you had the technical skills to automate the most annoying ones. You could focus on doing stuff that makes you more employable instead of wasting hours on mindless repetition. There are certainly some smart engineering types who build their own systems to automate their lives, but what about the rest of us? We can use IFTTT (If This Then That). They’re a San Francisco, CA based company that lets you “put the Internet to work for you.” The service plugs in to all of your favorite sites, so it’s not like you’re starting a new workflow from scratch.

A Big If

There are three key words that you’ll need to be familiar with to understand how IFTTT works: channels, triggers, and actions. Channels are the sites, apps, and services that IFTTT can connect with (you can see a complete list of them here). Triggers are things that you want to monitor. Actions are the things that you want to happen when a trigger occurs. Here’s an example of how IFTTT could work for you: If a Craigslist (channel) job posting matches my interests (trigger), e-mail it to me (action). You can browse a sampling of “recipes” here. The possibilities are endless, and you can make your own recipes quite easily. If that sounds like fun, check out IFTTT’s Careers page. Right now they’re hiring people on the Software Engineering and Design sides.

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