Automatically Send Birthday Wishes On Facebook

Friends birthday happen every day. And that creates a big task for us to remember and then to wish all of them(=your friends). Perhaps you don’t know, but you can wish your Facebook friends in a painless and smart way.

There’s a web app that can do all these things, from remembering to wishing them, without having you to do anything. You just need to set up a few things to get started.

So put the paddle on the metal and open the web browser on your computer.

1Log-in

Facebook – log in

The first thing you have to do is to open your web browser and Login to your Facebook account. You can skip this step and jump directly to step 2 if you have already been logged-in in your browser.

2After that,

Stay logged-in, open a new tab in your web browser and open this address: Click Here!

If we talk about the IFTTT, the website is very worthwhile. Besides this, the appearance of the website is also quite good. The app has been built by Bldiener. The app has currently been used by more than 70,000 people.

This “ios” and “Android” version of this App is also available that you can download from their respective stores.

Here I’ve posted some screenshots of the IFTTT Applet’s Android version that you can see below:

I don’t have an Apple device that’s why I’m unable to post “Ios” screenshots.

3Allow ‘n’ Connect

The next thing you need to do is to is to connect your Facebook and Google account with this app. So let the application be connected to your Google and Facebook accounts. You just need to Allow the app, when you will be asked, to access your account.

4Maintain Calendar

In addition to this, you must have to maintain the Google calendar once by putting birthday date of your Facebook friends in order to make this App work correctly. But there is also a solution to this. You can read this article for the solution to this problem.

5Edit the ‘Message’

Moreover, you can also edit the message that will be sent to your friends on their birthdays. You can also add ingredients to them on which we will talk about in another article.