Owners of a IFTTT to enable "If this, then that"-style connections, called recipes, between their oven and other IFTTT-connected gadgets, social networks and Web tools. These recipes are accessible in the GE Appliances Cooking Channel, the first appliance channel built on IFTTT.can use
There are currently 24 published recipes in the GE channel, which includes commands like "Flash your Philips Hue lights when your oven is done cooking" or "Make sure your oven is off after 11 p.m." Most of the recipes focus on making sure the oven is turned off when you need it to be, such as when you leave the house or when your smoke alarm detects an emergency. There are also some fun recipes for foodies who want to post to Facebook or Twitter when their meal is ready.
IFTTT is a free online service that began in 2010. IFTTT initially focused on pairing websites and social networks with Recipes that enable you to automatically save Facebook photos you're tagged in to iOS Photos or post the Instagram photos that you like to your Tumblr, for example. The service has since made a concerted effort to expand its connections to.