- class aiogram.methods.get_updates.GetUpdates(*, offset: int | None = None, limit: int | None = None, timeout: int | None = None, allowed_updates: List[str] | None = None, **extra_data: Any)#
1. This method will not work if an outgoing webhook is set up.
2. In order to avoid getting duplicate updates, recalculate offset after each server response.
- offset: int | None#
Identifier of the first update to be returned. Must be greater by one than the highest among the identifiers of previously received updates. By default, updates starting with the earliest unconfirmed update are returned. An update is considered confirmed as soon as
aiogram.methods.get_updates.GetUpdatesis called with an offset higher than its update_id. The negative offset can be specified to retrieve updates starting from -offset update from the end of the updates queue. All previous updates will be forgotten.
- limit: int | None#
Limits the number of updates to be retrieved. Values between 1-100 are accepted. Defaults to 100.
- timeout: int | None#
Timeout in seconds for long polling. Defaults to 0, i.e. usual short polling. Should be positive, short polling should be used for testing purposes only.
- allowed_updates: List[str] | None#
A JSON-serialized list of the update types you want your bot to receive. For example, specify [‘message’, ‘edited_channel_post’, ‘callback_query’] to only receive updates of these types. See
aiogram.types.update.Updatefor a complete list of available update types. Specify an empty list to receive all update types except chat_member (default). If not specified, the previous setting will be used.
As bot method#
result: List[Update] = await bot.get_updates(...)
Method as object#
from aiogram.methods.get_updates import GetUpdates
from aiogram.methods import GetUpdates
With specific bot#
result: List[Update] = await bot(GetUpdates(...))