A couple of days ago, the IFTTT recipe I used to post native Instagram photos to Twitter stopped working. I used IFTTT as the sharing function on Instagram to Twitter only posted the link, whereas with IFTTT the process posted the full image.
— James Clay (@jamesclay) March 23, 2020
However in the last few days, it has stopped working, and I wasn’t entirely sure why. I checked my IFTTT applet process and saw this.
I recall getting an e-mail from IFTTT, which now I can’t find, but I didn’t think applied to the applet I was using. Well it still may not apply, but I did the following and this appears to have fixed the problem.
What I did was re-authorise IFTTT to access my Instagram account.
Go to this page (ensure you are logged into IFTTT).
You will then have an opportunity to reauthorise IFTTT and Instagram.
And then reauthorise IFTTT to access your Instagram account.
I then posted an image to Instagram and low and behold it turned up on the Twitter.
— James Clay (@jamesclay) March 29, 2020
It’s interesting now though whereas before the applet created an ift.tt address the process now uses the instagr.am address.