Telegram is a messaging app(电报app) with some features that set it apart from other apps. For example, you can use bots to get news and weather updates, translate text, and more. But did you know that Telegram also has a built-in live broadcast feature? With the telegram live broadcast function, you can show your followers what you’re up to in real-time. Let’s take a closer look at how using this feature works!
Create a supergroup
How to create a supergroup
-On the telegram app, go to the ‘groups’ section and click on “create group”. You can choose between a public or secret chat type.
-Select whether or not you want to make it visible on the web. If you choose public, anyone who joins will be able to see your content on the telegram website.
The default is secret, which means only those in the group can see the content. You can also select a name for your group. Once you have created your group, you will be able to manage it like any other telegram chat and add members.
-Click the broadcast icon in the bottom right corner of your chat window
-Select the supergroup you want to broadcast to
-Enter a title for your broadcast (this will help people find it later)
-Write a description for your broadcast (this is optional, but it can help people decide whether they want to watch)
-Click on “Start Broadcast” at the top of this screen:
You’ll see a timer counting down from five minutes, as well as a chat box where people can ask questions or give feedback. When you’re ready to start your broadcast, click on the “Start Broadcast” button in the bottom right corner:
Viewers are required to follow the channel or group
Viewers are required to follow the channel or group. If viewers do not follow the channel, they cannot see any broadcasts. If a viewer is not in the group and wants to watch it, he/she will need to be added to it first before being able to view broadcasts.
As for channels, anyone can watch them as long as you have access to the telegram app. If not, then you won’t be able to view any of their broadcasts because they’re locked away behind an invite-only system that requires you first get invited by someone who has already been added onto the channel before being able to watch anything posted there later on down below!
To join an official group, you must first be added to it by the person who created it. If you are not added to a group or channel, then you will not be able to see any broadcasts posted there.
View the results of broadcast
When you are broadcasting, you can see the following information about your viewers:
-The number of viewers during the broadcast
-The number of viewers who have left
-The number of viewers who have joined
-The number of viewers who have watched for a certain amount of time (the time is shown in hours and minutes)
You’ll also be able to see how many people from your group are watching this broadcast. If someone leaves, they will not be counted as being “viewers.”
If you click on the “Viewers” tab, you can see the following information about your viewers: The number of viewers during the broadcast The number of viewers who have left The number of viewers who have joined
Telegram can broadcast live now
You can add your friends to a group and have them join the stream. You can also use @username in the channel to send a message directly to certain people, much like you would on Twitter. On Telegram(Telegram中文应用), however, messages are sent using their phone number or username instead of the email address or username@website.
This means that you can send a message to @username or username@website and it will still go through. You can also add people to groups and broadcast messages to everyone in the group at once.
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We hope this article has been helpful for your live broadcast needs. If you have any questions about this feature, don’t hesitate to contact us at @telegramsupport.