IFTTT APPLETS SUCK DONKEY DICK SOAPBOX

From my OLD DESKTOP computer with DIALUP web access, at least the old IFTTT RECIPES WEBSITE contained new, delete and EDIT recipe html links within the pages, and IFTTT only managed to suck donkey dick on occasions when all the IFTTT page-bloat stalled the page-load and I had to refresh the browser.
Unsatisfied with their low-level of sucking donkey dick, IFTTT has worked very hard in converting their recipe platform (with little documentation, but not too hard to decipher) to their high-level donkey dick sucking APPLET platform that does not make sense on so many aspects including missing/hiding the delete, new and edit recipe links of users OWN recipes.
I am not alone. https://www.reddit.com/r/ifttt/
Here is IFTTT’s explanation, which sucks donkey dick too.

1.Meet the new IFTTT

Things are a bit different around here! Check out these FAQs to learn what’s changed.

source https://ifttt.com/m/meet-the-new-ifttt

OK so far.

2.Where are my Recipes?

Recipes are now called Applets. Applets can do everything Recipes could do, and much more. Applets bring your services together to create new, multi-dimensional, experiences.

3.Where’s my dashboard?

Your dashboard sits under the ”MyApplets” tab on IFTTT.com https://ifttt.com/my_applets and in the IFTTT app. You can view and manage all of your Applets there.

2 and 3 are referring to the SAME page. Whether it is called myRecipes or myApplets is NOT important. What IS important is having a recipe/applet LIST which includes delete, new and EDIT recipe LINKS.

4.Did you say ”IFTTT app”? What’s happening to IF?

We’ve rolled out a major update to the IF app. If you already downloaded the IF app, you don’t have to do anything but update the app to see the changes. In addition to a new name and design, it’s full of Applets to discover.

Download IFTTT from the
App Store https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/if-by-ifttt/id660944635?mt=8
and Google Play. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ifttt.ifttt

I don’t use.

5.What about the DO apps?

We’re streamlining things and your DO apps are available in the redesigned IFTTT app. All of your active DO Recipes are now called DO widgets and accessible from the My Applets settings tab in the mobile app. Add widgets to your Notification Center or as standalone apps on your homescreen for extremely quick access.

I don’t use.

6.Are all the same Channels still on IFTTT?

Yes, but now we’re calling them services, it’s the term that best fits the wide range of apps, devices, and tools that we partner with. You can explore services by visiting the
search tab https://ifttt.com/search in the IFTTT app
(6b) or on IFTTT.com. https://ifttt.com/editor.html/content/ifttt/en-us/m/ifttt.com You can browse by category, or search by service name.

Well done donkey dicks. (6b) is a 404 Error page. The requested page or file does not seem to exist.

7.Can I still make new Recipes?

Yes. You can make new Applets by combining any two services on IFTTT that work well together. It’s the same as creating an ”if this then that” Recipe, it just has a new look and feel.

Not without a new/create recipe link donkey dicks. Neither can we edit/delete our existing recipes without edit/delete links.

8.I liked the old IFTTT. Why’d you make these changes?

We’re excited to help you do even more with the services you love. The evolution from Recipes to Applets opens the door for some of the more advanced functionality you’ve been asking for, like multiple actions. Some of our partners are already building Applets with our new tools, check them out!

If you have feedback or just want to say hi, you can reach us on Twitter and Facebook. If you have a specific technical question or something isn’t working for you, you can browse
our help center https://ifttt.com/help or contact us via
our support form. https://web.ifttt.com/support

Visit our blog https://ifttt.com/blog to learn more about Applets and stay up to date on all things IFTTT.

Considering IFTTT means IFT (ifThis) TT (ThenThat),
it has been extremely short sighted of the IFTTT donkey dicks to reset the platform so users cannot easily and directly manage their own recipes/applets from their old desktop computer and browser that the recipes were created with.
IFTTT is not alone in removing features and/or accessibility from users in their CONFUSED idea of IMPROVEMENT being the shoving of bloated webpages down users throats. Twitter bloated out its browser/website version when it upgraded its platform a couple of years ago. WordPress have drag-and-drop bloatware inside their users admin pages which take forever to load, but could easily be replace with a simple checkbox list. Too bad their designers don’t offer the users a choice of a bloatware-free, bare-bones interface instead of the time wasting bloated rubbish.
Let me know if anybody else is having problems trying to delete, create or edit their existing recipes/applets. I cannot edit my FEED/EMAIL-DIGEST recipe.

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