Flock, a communication app for teams, is now a channel on IFTTT, a service that automates tasks between two apps.
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When connected, one app triggers events either on demand or when a task is completed and the other app takes the action specified by the user.
The Flock channel enables integrations with more than 250 services and apps. This covers categories like blogging, business, commerce, fitness and wearables, connected home, lifestyle, mobile, music, news and sports, photo and video, productivity, and social networking.
There are over 50 recipes already published, which would help users integrate their apps into Flock. These include recipes for Twitter, Gmail, Instagram, GitHub, Flickr, Foursquare, NASA, Google Calendar, Medium, ESPN, Reddit, Trello, Dropbox, Location, and Weather.
The Flock channel is available at https://ifttt.com/flock.
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