Web automation service IFTTT (If This Then That) has re-enabled support for Twitter triggers and actions, as noted by TechCrunch.

The service pulled its Twitter support last September due to complications with Twitter’s new API policies. Over the past year, it worked with Twitter to make things compatible.

IFTTT Recipe: Send your tweets tagged #fb to Facebook

Four Twitter triggers have been re-introduced: “New tweet by you”, “New tweet by you with hashtag”, “New link by you”, and “New favorite tweet by you”.

IFTTT: Twitter Triggers Are Back

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