The crawl and indexer are shared resources and will process content for all tenants it has been configured to crawl and index. Sometimes it is very quick and other times it is extremely slow. The crawl and indexer have work queues that are used to process their work items. The following provides more information on purpose of the crawl and indexer:
But sometimes you want some more formal input from the user — and this is where custom keyboards can become extremely useful. Whenever your bot sends a message, it can pass along a special keyboard with predefined reply options see ReplyKeyboardMarkup. Telegram apps that receive the message will display your keyboard to the user.
Tapping any of the buttons will immediately send the respective command. This way you can drastically simplify user interaction with your bot. We currently support text and emoji for your buttons.
Here are some custom keyboard examples: For more technical information on custom keyboards, please consult the Bot API manual see sendMessage. For example, when your user is changing settings or flipping through search results. In such cases you can use Inline Keyboards that are integrated directly into the messages they belong to.
Instead, inline keyboards support buttons that work behind the scenes: When callback buttons are used, your bot can update its existing messages or just their keyboards so that the chat remains tidy.
Check out these sample bots to see inline keyboards in action: Commands Commands present a more flexible way to communicate with your bot. The following syntax may be used: Commands can use latin letters, numbers and underscores. Here are a few examples: Tapping on a command in the list immediately sends the command.
When the user taps a highlighted command, the command is sent at once. If multiple bots are in a group, it is possible to add bot usernames to commands in order to avoid confusion: Please remember that your bot needs to be able to process commands that are followed by its username.
Global commands In order to make it easier for users to navigate the bot multiverse, we ask all developers to support a few basic commands.
Telegram apps will have interface shortcuts for these commands. It can be a short text about what your bot can do and a list of commands.
Users will see a Start button when they first open a conversation with your bot. Telegram clients will render them accordingly.
This is especially true for work-related groups. A bot running in privacy mode will not receive all messages that people send to the group. Instead, it will only receive: Privacy mode is enabled by default for all bots, except bots that were added to the group as admins bot admins always receive all messages.
It can be disabled, so that the bot receives all messages like an ordinary user.
So what messages exactly will my bot get? Each bot has a link that opens a conversation with it in Telegram — https: You can add the parameters start or startgroup to this link, with values up to 64 characters long.
We recommend using base64url to encode parameters with binary and other types of content. Following a link with the start parameter will open a one-on-one conversation with the bot, showing a START button in the place of the input field.
If the startgroup parameter is used, the user is prompted to select a group to add the bot to. As soon as a user confirms the action presses the START button in their app or selects a group to add the bot toyour bot will receive a message from that user in this format: Deep linking Example Suppose the website example.
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