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Step 1. register in the system.

To register, simply find @DashbotProBot bot in Telegram, or follow the link You can also register from the home page at

@DashbotProBot chat

After starting the bot, the user is automatically registered in the service and a link is generated for him, when you follow the link the user enters immediately into a personal account.

Account page

Step 2: Create a template.

You can get started either by creating a bot or by creating templates. For example, let's start with templates.


Let's create the first AI template.

Creating template

When you create a template, you set the formula, select the model from OpenAI, and set the temperature of the template - the degree of creativity of the AI when generating the result.

For example, create a template: Read the article [[article]] and summarize article content in no more than [[words]] words. Let's write such a phrase in the formula.

Template settings

Save the template. The system has automatically extracted variables from the formula, and now you can configure what the bot will ask the user when it asks for each variable.


There are different formats of variables: text, number, etc.

Format of variables

For example, for a given variable, let's specify a comment: Please, specify article URL. You can specify the variable description in different languages. The bot communicates with the user in the language which is set in the user's Telegram interface.

Variable description

For the variable words, set the preset options of 50, 100, and 200 words.

After setting up the variables, the template is ready for testing. It can be tested directly from the admin interface. To do this, go to the menu "Run Template" in the list of templates.

Template testing

Let's fill out the form to check how our template works.

Run template form

For example, let's take this article as the URL parameter, and choose a 100-word sammari. We get the following result when we click on "Run Template".

Run template form filling example

We can see that the formula worked perfectly, the text was generated, and we got 189 tokens taken from our account for this request.

Conclusion: the formula is ready to be used in the bot. Now let's create a bot, one of the functions of which will be to generate abbreviated article content by link.

Step 3: Create and configure the bot.

We create a bot. It is very simple and we have described the process below. However, if you have any difficulties, you can always additionally use the official Telegram documentation:

Created bot

So, we got our bot token. We named it SummaryFromURLBot:

Now let's add a bot to our constructor. To do this, go to the bot management menu, create a new bot, and specify the bot's API key.

Bot constructor

The bot was successfully added, and we see that it was automatically configured Webhook, as well as the system pulled its name and name.

Bot addad successfully

Now let's configure the bot

First of all, let's form a brief greeting for the bot. This is the message the bot will send to users after starting the /start command.

Bot greeting

The start message can also be recorded in different languages and will display the message in the language selected in the user's Telegram settings.

Bot greeting recorded

Let's enter this as a message: Hello, I'm SummaryFromURL Bot. You can provide me with any article and I'll summarize it.

The next step is to configure the default action for the bot. There are 3 options here: do nothing, generate a request for the specified message directly to OpenAI, and output a message such as "Please select a command from the menu". The phrase can also be customized in different languages.

Bot functions

Let's specify that the bot will ask to select a command by default.

Bot default ask

Now let's move on to the final step: setting up commands for the bot.

Final step

By default, the bot is assigned 2 commands, they cannot be edited. They are to start/restart the bot and cancel the current operation.

Default commands

Let's create another command, let's call it articlesummarybyurl. Select the template we created in the settings, as well as specify a description of the functions for the bot interface. Description of functions in the bot menu supports only 1 language, so let's choose English.

Command creation

The settings are done, let's move on to the test of the bot itself. Follow the link to launch our bot.

The bot greets us with a preset message specified in the settings.

Bot greeting

Let's try just writing something to the bot, and the bot responds with a preset message.

Try to protest

Now let's try our AI function. Open the bot menu and select it.

Try AI function

Run our command, and it takes turns querying our template variables with the specified comments.

Run our command

Where we specified a choice of options, the script generated buttons to choose from.

Denerated buttons

As a result, the user gets a sammari for the given article and sees how many tokens it took to create that query.

Tokens were debited from both the account of the creator of the bot and the user within the bot. The entire token economy can be tracked in the Stats section.

Stats section

We can also see in each user's bot settings, statistics on the use of features and tokens, as well as accrue tokens to different users.

User's bot settings

In the request history, we can see which template was requested and which user made the request. Accordingly, we can improve and edit the templates as we see how they are triggered by users.

Request history

In the users section, we can see who installed our bot and how many tokens are currently on the account of this user.

Bot Users Stat

We can also add tokens to the user's account by clicking Add.