Upon receiving a message with this object, Telegram clients will display a reply interface to the user (act as if the user has selected the bot‘s message and tapped ’Reply'). This can be extremely useful if you want to create user-friendly step-by-step interfaces without having to sacrifice privacy mode.
Example: A poll bot for groups runs in privacy mode (only receives commands, replies to its messages and mentions). There could be two ways to create a new poll:
Explain the user how to send a command with parameters (e.g. /newpoll question answer1 answer2). May be appealing for hardcore users but lacks modern day polish.
Guide the user through a step-by-step process. ‘Please send me your question’, ‘Cool, now let’s add the first answer option‘, ’Great. Keep adding answer options, then send /done when you‘re ready’.
The last option is definitely more attractive. And if you use ForceReply in your bot‘s questions, it will receive the user’s answers even if it only receives replies, commands and mentions — without any extra work for the user.
||Shows reply interface to the user, as if they manually selected the bot‘s message and tapped ’Reply'|
||Optional. Use this parameter if you want to force reply from specific users only. Targets: 1) users that are @mentioned in the text of the Message object; 2) if the bot's message is a reply (has reply_to_message_id), sender of the original message.|
from aiogram.types import ForceReply
from aiogram.api.types import ForceReply
from aiogram.api.types.force_reply import ForceReply