Chatfuel Team, August 1, 2015
?????????? Did you write a tutorial in your own language? Let us know! We will publish a link to your website on our website, speak about it on Twitter, here on @NewsPaquebot and maybe even put it in the official bot documentation (coming soon).
? You can also start to write a new tutorial now! Here is some inspiration:
You can also add more informations, for example by speaking about the /setcommand, /setabout or any other trick you know about @Paquebot ?
Send your links to firstname.lastname@example.org
Chatfuel Team, July 29, 2015
Chatfuel Team, July 27, 2015
We’ve updated the commands support: we now display the commands on the keyboard ?☎️???. You have at least the start and stop commands shown, but also the about, if you’ve used the /setabout functionality ? And on the top will be displayed your custom commands (made with /setcommand ?)!
But that’s not over: we’ll improve the commands functionalities soon! And a lot of new stuff are ready to be coded, because your ideas are really good!!! Contact us whenever you want: /support ?
Enjoy your professional looking bots!
Chatfuel Team, July 25, 2015
We’ve updated your bots: you can now add your own commands, with custom text! ?
How to use it? For example I want to set a “/credits” command.
1) Open your bot
2) Type this: /setCommand credits This bot was made by me, and it looks good! ???
3) Test it by typing: /credits
That’s it, it’s ready!
Don’t forget to send your commands list to the @BotFather, so your subscribers will have all the shortcuts.
Be creative, and create your best commands!
Chatfuel Team, July 24, 2015
As many of you requested it, we implemented the /setabout command. It will be displayed to welcome people who /start your bot).
This text is also available when you use the /about command (if you set it with the bot father). For that command, there will also be a link on the bottom, to inform people about how your bot is made ?
The about text will be displayed on your bot profile: http://paquebot.io/bot/NewsPaquebot
Enjoy it !!! ?
Chatfuel Team, July 24, 2015
Usual commands are back! ?
You can send them IN YOUR BOT:
The language selector allows you to set your commands (the one your subscribers will see) in one of the 10 languages we suggest: English, Français, فارسی, Español, Italiano, 中文, العربية, Deutsch, עברית, Русский
Get the key that you can use to automate your bot. Here is a tutorial:
Now that the situation is the same as prior to the maintenance (but of course faster), we will add new functionnalities to Paquebot! ?
Chatfuel Team, July 23, 2015
Wow! The first step of the migration is done.
It was a big surprise for us to have so many people using your bots! The problem was that our small infrastructure was not ready for that ?
We decided to move the servers to a new provider that will allow Paquebot to grow without limits, instead of our static dedicated server.
Why it took so much time? Because the first version was only an experiment, for fun ?. Now that you’re all using it, we coded a clean version in less than 2 days ?? (the first version took more than week). Of course, some elements are still missing (commands “apikey” and “local”, but they should arrive really soon!
You can use the /paquebot command on your bots again!!!
Chatfuel Team, July 16, 2015
It’s now possible to make your bot available in different languages: open your bot, type /locale, and you can choose the translation you want! ??????
All the Paquebot administration will still be in english, but all the automatic messages sent by your bot to your subscribers will be in the chosen language (“Subscribed to @NewsPaquebot” will become “در @NewsPaquebot عضو شدید.” for example).
If there is any error in the translations, please let us know. Also, if you want to suggest your own language, contact us: email@example.com
Au revoir ??
Chatfuel Team, July 15, 2015
For example, here is our page:
Simply replace “newspaquebot” by your bot name in that link, and your own link is ready! ?
We will improve these pages soon, so you can send us your ideas (design, content, functionnalities, etc…) here: firstname.lastname@example.org