How to add a Telegram Bot to a Telegram Group
March 1, 2022
In this instructional exercise, I will clarify how you can add a Telegram chatbot to your Telegram bunch and consequently answer messages in your gathering. I will show you:
How the chatbot can answer when you notice it, How the chatbot can answer all messages in the gathering. How about we make a plunge!
Make a Telegram Group
As currently referenced in the first place, I made my own Telegram chatbot which can answer basic inquiries, for example, “Would I be able to arrange a pizza”:
- So the initial step we really want to do is make our own Telegram bunch.
- Assuming you are in a work area, simply introduce Telegram, click on the Pen symbol in the
- upper left corner and select New gathering:
- Add Telegram Chatbot to the gathering
- Presently we’ve made our Telegram gathering and we really want to add our chatbot.
In this way, you can simply go to your Telegram chatbot (mine is classified “Pizza-DF-Bot”) and snap on the Top Bar:
Then, at that point, you want to tap on “Additional” and select Add to Group:
Furthermore, select the Telegram bunch you need to add the chatbot to:
- Possibly answer in the event that you notice the Telegram Chatbot
- Whenever you’ve added your Telegram chatbot to your Telegram gathering, and you notice it, you will presumably see that the chatbot doesn’t consequently answer:
- This is on the grounds that the chatbot isn’t an administrator of the gathering.
In this way, you want to tap on the top bar of your Telegram bunch-
- Click on Edit.
- And afterwards, decide for Administrators.
- Click on Add administrator.
- Select your chatbot.
And afterwards, give it every one of the freedoms it needs.
Allow Telegram Bot to answer all messages in the gathering
Presently, the chatbot is possibly answering when you notice it.
Yet, consider the possibility that you need the chatbot to answer all messages in the gathering.
Then, at that point, we really want to stop for a brief moment to chat with the BotFather.
In Telegram, you really want to look for “BotFather” and begin a discussion with him.
The BotFather promptly provides you with a rundown of orders that you can use to change the settings of your chatbot.
Presently, you want to type “/set privacy”, which is an order we can involve to change the security settings in Telegram gatherings.
Then, at that point, you can choose which bot you need to change.
Then, at that point, you will see that the security settings are set to Enable (of course), and that implies the bot just answers to orders and notices. Presently, on the off chance that you simply type in “Cripple” or snap on the button, you can impair this setting.