πŸŽ“ Example: Telegram Bot πŸ€– v1.3

by Arena Closer

Version 4 (June 25, 2020)

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Example of the basic blocks you’d need to program your own Telegram Bot. Includes a detailed explanation of how to start.

When finished, it can run a certain flow and send the outcome back to you, like this ready-to-use version with working commands: https://llamalab.com/automate/community/flows/34706.

What can you send this bot?
β€’ commands: /help, /stop, /explain
β€’ text: "hi", "hello", "hey", "dice", "random"
β€’ a sticker
β€’ a 🎲
β€’ add more to personalize your bot!!

⚠️ A bot programmed in Automate might not pick up all your messages because of the flows structure. With good WiFi speed, I find it picks up about 90%.

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1. Create a bot in t.me/BotFather
2. Run the flow and paste your new bot token in the dialog
3. Send "/start" to your bot
4. The bot should reply with your Telegram ID

The row of β€˜expression true’ blocks (starting from #76) are where you decide what the bot does, when a user sends a specific message, e.g. "hi", "random" or a sticker or photo.

Send /help or /explain to get a more detailed explanation of all the blocks and how to edit them according to your needs. Add your on blocks after #291 (label "/command"); right know that command doesn't do anything.
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β€’ v1.0 (22 april 2020): release
β€’ v1.1: improved set-up
β€’ v1.2: added /explain
β€’ v1.3: fixed flow stopping when sending "/command"
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I tried to make the flows structure as easy as possible to understand. Let me know if you have any issues or problems, or suggestions for improvement!

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