Login into your Admin Dashboard, once in go to Plugins > Add Plugin and search for Telementor. Download and Activate it.
Setting Up Telementor
Telementor is a third-parts Elementor Form Action that connect Elementor Form with Telegram, as you can send message to Channels and Users.
Before you can start to use telementor you need a working Telegram Bot and its Access Token.
With Access Token you have access to Telegram Bot API, and you can send messages using /SendMessage endpoint.
Bot can send messages to Group/Channels and Users.
Sending Message to Channel/Group
If your channel is public, the value of Send To is your channel tag: es @mycustom_bot.
If your channel is private, you need to set it up as public, then assign a channel tag. After this, send a message to the bot using you account, re – set channel as private and then use the channel tag selected before.
Sending message to User
Start sending a message to your bot using your telegram account. Now using a browser we need to navigate to this URL:
Copy this string, replace ACCESS_TOKEN with your telegram bot access token, paste into your browser url bar and press enter.
It’ll print out a json response and you need to search for id value. id is the identifier of the CHAT between the bot and you.
It could be positive and negative, in case it’s negative you have to copy mius ( – ) too.
Paste the ID value into Telementor Send To field.
Prepare the Message Template
Telementor Message works with static and dynamic messages. You can use this addons as simply notifier, lead notifier, support request and other things.
Below and example that use a static message: