You can go ahead and add temperature, humidity, noise, and even carbon dioxide levels to the ever-growing list of IFTTT triggers, as the service has announced a new Netatmo channel designed especially for the Netatmo Weather Station, a two-piece home monitoring set capable of tracking environmental changes both inside and outside of your home.
IFTTT users have thus far only been able to craft environment-based recipes using the "Weather" channel, which uses forecasts, temperatures, humidity levels, and sunrise/sunset times for their region. The Netatmo channel will take things one step further by providing environmental triggers specific not just to a user's zip code, but to their home.
For instance, you'll be able to set IFTTT to automatically have a
The announcement brings Netatmo into IFTTT's growing smart home ecosystem, which, in addition to the aforementioned Belkin WeMo and Philips Hue products, already includes