IFTTT seems to be gaining in popularity. I am brand new to it, though I've known about it for quite some time. There is current discussion in various threads about integrating IFTTT with the Tesla API. These two threads discuss Tesla sites / apps that either already (the first) or may soon (the second) interface with IFTTT: Project Cartesia - Launch, Updates and Support TeslaLog.com - Your hosted Tesla Data Logger - Announcement / Support threads I did a quick search for IFTTT recipes, using the search term "Tesla", just to see what was out there, and all that came up is shown below: Only the last one is even in the ballpark of the kind of recipe I was hoping to find. I'm thinking people here must be using IFTTT to do interesting things with their Model Ss, so I thought it would make sense to start this thread to discuss these things. I actually thought of something I think I'd like to do, that I think should be doable, but having no experience with IFTTT, etc. I'm not certain. I occasionally forget to take my cellphone with me when exiting the Model S. I thought the "If" could possibly be based on the phone sensing a disconnection from the car's bluetooth, in combination with a complete lack of motion. (One potential problem with that is I don't know how quickly the car drops the bluetooth connection with the phone when the car is turned off if there is no call in progress. Anyone know that?) Assuming we could come up with an appropriate "If" trigger, I think some of the rest is easy, and some may be more difficult. The easy part would be to send e-mail or text messages saying, "Name left his phone in the car." In my case I'd probably send my wife a text, in case we were together, and myself an email, in case I had left my phone in the car and come in the house. What would be even better, but harder, would be if IFTTT could interface with the Tesla API, and make the car honk the horn. In fact, if the Tesla API is to be involved, the "If" trigger could probably be improved upon by also involving the car's doors becoming locked and the car being in park. The above is just one recipe I think would be useful. I'm sure many of you are already doing lots of interesting things with IFTTT and your Teslas. So let's get this discussion going!