- class aiogram.types.callback_query.CallbackQuery(*, id: str, from_user: User, chat_instance: str, message: Optional[Message] = None, inline_message_id: Optional[str] = None, data: Optional[str] = None, game_short_name: Optional[str] = None, **extra_data: Any)#
This object represents an incoming callback query from a callback button in an inline keyboard. If the button that originated the query was attached to a message sent by the bot, the field message will be present. If the button was attached to a message sent via the bot (in inline mode), the field inline_message_id will be present. Exactly one of the fields data or game_short_name will be present.
NOTE: After the user presses a callback button, Telegram clients will display a progress bar until you call
aiogram.methods.answer_callback_query.AnswerCallbackQuery. It is, therefore, necessary to react by calling
aiogram.methods.answer_callback_query.AnswerCallbackQueryeven if no notification to the user is needed (e.g., without specifying any of the optional parameters).
- id: str#
Unique identifier for this query
- chat_instance: str#
Global identifier, uniquely corresponding to the chat to which the message with the callback button was sent. Useful for high scores in
- message: Optional[Message]#
Optional. Message with the callback button that originated the query. Note that message content and message date will not be available if the message is too old
- inline_message_id: Optional[str]#
Optional. Identifier of the message sent via the bot in inline mode, that originated the query.
- data: Optional[str]#
Optional. Data associated with the callback button. Be aware that the message originated the query can contain no callback buttons with this data.
- game_short_name: Optional[str]#
Optional. Short name of a Game to be returned, serves as the unique identifier for the game