sendPhoto: Send image files

Description Usage Arguments Details Examples

View source: R/bot.R

Description

Use this method to send photos.

Usage

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sendPhoto(chat_id, photo, caption = NULL, disable_notification = FALSE,
  reply_to_message_id = NULL, reply_markup = NULL, parse_mode = NULL)

Arguments

chat_id

Unique identifier for the target chat or username of the target channel.

photo

Photo to send. Pass a file_id as String to send a photo that exists on the Telegram servers (recommended), pass an HTTP URL as a String for Telegram to get a photo from the Internet, or upload a local photo by passing a file path.

caption

(Optional). Photo caption (may also be used when re-sending photos by file_id), 0-1024 characters.

disable_notification

(Optional). Sends the message silently. Users will receive a notification with no sound.

reply_to_message_id

(Optional). If the message is a reply, ID of the original message.

reply_markup

(Optional). A Reply Markup parameter object, it can be either:

  • ReplyKeyboardMarkup

  • InlineKeyboardMarkup

  • ReplyKeyboardRemove

  • ForceReply

parse_mode

(Optional). Send 'Markdown' or 'HTML', if you want Telegram apps to show bold, italic, fixed-width text or inline URLs in your bot's message.

Details

You can also use it's snake_case equivalent send_photo.

Examples

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## Not run: 
bot <- Bot(token = bot_token("RTelegramBot"))
chat_id <- user_id("Me")
photo_url <- "https://telegram.org/img/t_logo.png"

bot$sendPhoto(
  chat_id = chat_id,
  photo = photo_url,
  caption = "Telegram Logo"
)

## End(Not run)

telegram.bot documentation built on Oct. 30, 2019, 9:40 a.m.