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Channels on Telegram are essentially public streams of posts, similar to Twitter or RSS.
 
Channels on Telegram are essentially public streams of posts, similar to Twitter or RSS.
  
Since 2019-06-01 ([https://telegram.org/blog/privacy-discussions-web-bots update blog post]), it is possible to "preview" channels on the web, e.g. [https://t.me/s/Telegram @Telegram].  This can be used to archive Telegram channels with [[ArchiveBot]].
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Since 2019-06-01 ([https://telegram.org/blog/privacy-discussions-web-bots update blog post]), it is possible to "preview" channels on the web, e.g. [https://t.me/s/Telegram @Telegram].  This can possibly be used to archive Telegram channels with [[ArchiveBot]].  It is unknown if all messages are scraped reliably, because that may depend on JavaScript.
  
 
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[[Category:Social networks]]
 
[[Category:Social networks]]

Revision as of 08:16, 2 June 2019

Telegram
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URL http://telegram.org
Project status Online!
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Telegram is a mostly open source chat system (web and app-based) which acts as a social network due to features like group chats and channels, originally intended as a drop-in replacement for WhatsApp.

Like Facebook pages/groups and Twitter, Telegram chats can contain a significant amount of history (text, audio/video and images) of various online communities, as well as personal digital history of course. Means of exporting:

Telegram Channels

Channels on Telegram are essentially public streams of posts, similar to Twitter or RSS.

Since 2019-06-01 (update blog post), it is possible to "preview" channels on the web, e.g. @Telegram. This can possibly be used to archive Telegram channels with ArchiveBot. It is unknown if all messages are scraped reliably, because that may depend on JavaScript.

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