Add Telegram channels or groups for your bot to manage.
With TGmembership you can have an unlimited number of chats. You can have private Telegram channels and groups (where you can post your premium content) and public ones (for marketing and promotional purposes).
Learn more about adding groups and channels by reading the article Create a paid Telegram channel or group
Create a subscription plan.
Create an unlimited number of plans, each with a different name, duration, price or currency.
Learn more about creating subscription plans by reading the article Custom Telegram subscription plans
Test your bot
"Test mode" is supported by PayPal and Stripe. It allows you to test your bots with orders and payments that do not use real funds. This is a great way to check how your bot works before switching to "live mode".
No commission is charged for orders placed in test mode (for users of the "Pay As You Go" plan).
Please note that switching from one mod to another will delete your payment methods.
Payments via your bot
To make your business more attractive to your customers, TGmembership offers several payment gateways through which you can easily sell memberships in Telegram. Examples are PayPal, Stripe, Flutterwave and Coinbase (for crypto payments) to name a few.
By default, your bot sends notifications of certain events as private messages to the bot administrators. These notifications can be about new members, people with expired memberships, messages from your members, etc. Adding a support group is useful when there is a team behind your project and you want to manage it all together. This way, each of you will receive information about the project and will be aware of everything that is happening.
To add a support group, please open the /settings menu of your bot -> Group Management -> Support Group.
Learn more about TGmembership's built-in support by reading the article Built-in support for your Telegram subscription business.
Custom Start Message
This is the message your users see when starting the bot (or when using the /start command). You can replace it with whatever you want to introduce your users to the product or service you offer.