- class aiogram.methods.send_chat_action.SendChatAction(*, chat_id: int | str, action: str, message_thread_id: int | None = None, **extra_data: Any)#
Use this method when you need to tell the user that something is happening on the bot’s side. The status is set for 5 seconds or less (when a message arrives from your bot, Telegram clients clear its typing status). Returns
Example: The ImageBot needs some time to process a request and upload the image. Instead of sending a text message along the lines of ‘Retrieving image, please wait…’, the bot may use
aiogram.methods.send_chat_action.SendChatActionwith action = upload_photo. The user will see a ‘sending photo’ status for the bot.
We only recommend using this method when a response from the bot will take a noticeable amount of time to arrive.
- chat_id: int | str#
Unique identifier for the target chat or username of the target channel (in the format
- action: str#
Type of action to broadcast. Choose one, depending on what the user is about to receive: typing for text messages, upload_photo for photos, record_video or upload_video for videos, record_voice or upload_voice for voice notes, upload_document for general files, choose_sticker for stickers, find_location for location data, record_video_note or upload_video_note for video notes.
- message_thread_id: int | None#
Unique identifier for the target message thread; supergroups only
As bot method#
result: bool = await bot.send_chat_action(...)
Method as object#
from aiogram.methods.send_chat_action import SendChatAction
from aiogram.methods import SendChatAction
With specific bot#
result: bool = await bot(SendChatAction(...))
As reply into Webhook in handler#