We are very proud that our project has reached the big mark of 1 million connected bots by this date as well as has recently been updated and improved by our team. We wish @LivegramBot to achieve new records and continue to provide Telegram users with the ability to create feedback bots for free!
Almost 3 years have passed since the launch of @LivegramBot. By its 3rd birthday, the project has reached a new mark of 1,000,000 connected bots. Over the years, nearly 100 million users have used bots, and over 500 million messages have been sent and received through these bots. We would like to express our gratitude to everyone who uses our platform. All of you individually had a significant part with us in this achievement.
Hooray! Nearly 300 million messages in @LivegramBot have been sent by 60 million users via 500,000 connected bots. But we want to make this post not only about the numbers, but also about people thanks to whom these numbers were achieved.
This is all of you who use our platform and spread the word about it. This is us who developed this service and support it with no charge. Finally, this is the Telegram team that made it all possible. You inspire us to create new products and improve the existing ones. Thank you! 💙
Today, Controller Bot has achieved 500,000 connected channels. But channels can't exist without their creators, so this achievement also belongs to those many people who use our tools to create posts for their blogs and projects in Telegram everyday. Thank you for that!
Speaking about the posts, it could also be mentioned that Controller Bot has sent more than 50 million posts to various channels with audiences from around the world. And regarding the most popular tool in our bot: the number of reactions that were selected by 50 million people has reached an incredible 1 billion.
Admins used to be unable to add a channel in @ControllerBot after giving it to a new owner or deleting an account that had added the channel earlier.
Now, if you’re the owner or administrator of the channel that has already been added in @ControllerBot, you can add it repeatedly provided that the previous administrator or channel managing bot isn’t the administrator.