This was my problem: I didn’t know about the expose function in Paper UI, which is essential for getting items visible. So go to your Paper UI -> Services -> IO -> openHAB Cloud -> ‘Items to expose to apps such as IFTTT’ and select all the items you want to expose.
I, too, cannot get myopenhab to show my items.
OpenHab (itself) shows “online”, and within OpenHab (itself), my Z-Wave devices (items) are all present.
I can control them all via Alexa app, but NOT via IFTTT (as it doesn’t see any devices/items).
I’m running OpenHAB (2.5.0) on Windows 10, and but for myopenhab (cloud), all appears to be working well.
I have the same problem. Exposed items don’t show up under https://myopenhab.org/items for some days now. Although not shown they still work to some extent with IFTTT. But I cannot edit any openhab applet in IFTTT. I get an error “Options Unavailable” when I want to edit the related item.
The OpenHAB Foundation cannot sell services. They do not have the money to expand the free service. They have restricted the free service to give it stability instead of having is undependable for ALL users. I am sure if there was a large enough monthly commitment of funds to the Foundation, they would expand the capacity of their cloud service.Money may be silly, but it is essential.
They have released the code so you can setup your own cloud and possibly sell access to it.
The openHAB Foundation cannot do that without losing its tax-exempt charity status in Germany, where it is based.
I think they hope some enterprising user will setup a cloud service based off the code and charge for access.