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Connecting 3RM to Telegram

A guide to help you get started importing Telegram conversations directly into 3RM.

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Written by Jackson Rodriguez
Updated over a week ago

Before getting started, please make sure that you have Telegram folders created and ready to be imported. If you haven't done this already, please refer to our guide on Creating Telegram Folders.

Getting Started

After you've created your Telegram Folders, the next step is to import your chats into 3RM!

Once you connect your folders to 3RM, everything should be imported automatically. 3RM runs our sync every hour and will bring in all new chats added to your folders.

Here are the steps to get started connecting your Telegram directly to 3RM.

When signing into 3RM, you should see the "Connect Telegram" button in the top-right-hand corner of your screen.

This modal is the live status of your sync. If you have already connected, you should see the time of the last sync. If your Telegram gets disconnected, you should also see that here.

Next, a modal should pop up that will ask you to sign in to Telegram using your phone number. Remember to enter your country code first!

Enter the code sent to your phone and click the Connect Telegram with 3RM button. This code is sent directly to your Telegram Inbox. To find it, you should check your Telegram app and it should be at the top of your inbox.

If applicable, you will be prompted to fill out your 2-Factor Password. You can read this article on how to find your 2FA password.

Once you enter your 2FA password successfully, your folders automatically appear in the Sync Settings popup box. Toggle on the folders you want to sync to 3RM.

And that's it for now. Your chats will start syncing and may take up to 1 hour to be imported.

Someone from our team will reach out to you to confirm that your chats have been synced. If you experience any issues, feel free to reach out to our team through Intercom or our Telegram group chat.

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