How to Use ChatGPT on Telegram

Discover how to use ChatGPT to take your telegram group to the next level.

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As almost all of you might already know, we can use ChatGPT for several marketing tasks. While they have adverse effects too, and artificial intelligence certainly needs regulation, chatbots and artificial intelligence apps as a whole, work just like that: harnessing human intelligence and boosting productivity.

Let’s talk about one of AI’s favorites: ChatGPT. This chatbot became the fastest-growing consumer app in history, after racking 100 million users in just two months.

So we know that ChatGPT’s power is great on its own. But what about leveraging the app’s features and integrating it with others, such as Telegram?

With advanced language models, conversational artificial intelligence has reached new heights. Telegram –one of the most popular messaging platforms– provides an excellent environment for integrating ChatGPT. It enables users to engage in interactive and informative conversations. Also, it helps businesses with customer service, among other tasks.

Therefore, in this article, we’ll explore how to use ChatGPT on Telegram and its benefits. Also, we’ll provide valuable tips to enhance your experience.

Method 1: Using Botmaker

Managing a Telegram business profile can be a daunting task. Especially considering that immediacy is one of the most valued features of customer service today.

However, there are ways to get immediate replies, at all times, and with targeted messages to each query. Yes, Telegram can also be automated, and you can use chatbots to do so.

A great way to incorporate ChatGPT into customer service processes is through Botmaker, which has a new functionality called “co-pilot” which allows human agents to receive suggested responses to user-sent messages. “Co-pilot” basically combines Botmaker’s tech with OpenAI’s AI.

The suggested texts are generated according to the interactions received and the bot’s history, considering the contexts of conversations.

Method 2: ChatGPT bot

Software developer Gregori Piñeres created the ChatGPT-4 bot, especially for Telegram. How can you set it up? In this link, you’ll find the @chatgpt4plusbot. You can either download Telegram or click on “Open in web” if you already have an account on the app. Then, your Telegram account page with the bot chat will open and you’ll be able to just start using it!

ChatGPT bot for Telegram

This bot can processes natural language, create high-quality text, answer questions, and translate content, among other stuff.

Among the main advantages of using this resource for customer service as a business is the increase in the speed of response, the improvement in the efficiency of the messages, and the optimization of the agents’ time.

With ChatGPT generating automatic suggestions, the help desk gets more immediate responses by optimizing the response time of the live chat agent. In this way, you only need to edit the text if necessary. The suggested messages are constantly updated according to the changes made and the continuous learning of the tool.

Method 3: Use BuddyGPT

BuddyGPT is an OpenAI-based chatbot that can do a lot of things, including generating images and complex text. Here’s how to set it up on Telegram:

  1. Visit the BuddyGPT website and tap the “Try it for free on Telegram” button. When prompted, tap the “Open” button.
  2. On the chat screen, tap the “Start” button to receive the welcome message from BuddyGPT.

And that’s it! You can start chatting with BuddyGPT right away. The Telegram bot will respond almost immediately.

Use BuddyGPT on telegram

Note, however, that BuddyGPT only provides 25 free messages and 3 pictures per month. The Texty Plan costs 5.39 euros per month and offers unlimited text messages, while the “Meme lord plan” costs 7.19 euros per month and offers unlimited text messages and 50 images.

Victoria Mortimer

Victoria Mortimer

I'm a journalist with a Social Communication degree, community manager, and content creator with over five years of experience. Now, I'm working as an independent writer passionate about community building, entrepreneurship, and social media.