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Method: stories.editStory

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Edit an uploaded story

Parameters:

NameTypeDescriptionRequired
peerUsername, chat ID, Update, Message or InputPeerPeer where the story was posted.Optional
idintID of story to edit.Optional
mediaMessageMedia, Update, Message or InputMediaIf specified, replaces the story media.Optional
media_areasArray of MediaAreaMedia areas associated to the story, see here » for more info.Optional
captionstringIf specified, replaces the story caption.Optional
entitiesArray of MessageEntityMessage entities for styled text in the caption, if allowed by the stories_entities client configuration parameter ».Optional
parse_modestringWhether to parse HTML or Markdown markup in the messageOptional
privacy_rulesArray of InputPrivacyRuleIf specified, alters the privacy settings » of the story, changing who can or can’t view the story.Optional

Return type: Updates

Can bots use this method: NO

MadelineProto Example (now async for huge speed and parallelism!):

if (!file_exists('madeline.php')) {
    copy('https://phar.madelineproto.xyz/madeline.php', 'madeline.php');
}
include 'madeline.php';

$MadelineProto = new \danog\MadelineProto\API('session.madeline');
$MadelineProto->start();

$Updates = $MadelineProto->stories->editStory(peer: $InputPeer, id: $int, media: $InputMedia, media_areas: [$MediaArea, $MediaArea], caption: 'string', entities: [$MessageEntity, $MessageEntity], parse_mode: 'string', privacy_rules: [$InputPrivacyRule, $InputPrivacyRule], );

Usage of parse_mode:

Set parse_mode to html to enable HTML parsing of the message.

Set parse_mode to Markdown to enable markdown parsing of the message.

The following tags are currently supported:

<br>a newline
<b><i>bold works ok, internal tags are stripped</i> </b>
<strong>bold</strong>
<em>italic</em>
<i>italic</i>
<u>underline</u>
<s>strikethrough</s>
<del>strikethrough</del>
<strike>strikethrough</strike>
<code>inline fixed-width code</code>
<pre>pre-formatted fixed-width code block</pre>
<blockquote>pre-formatted fixed-width code block</blockquote>
<a href="https://github.com">URL</a>
<a href="mention:@danogentili">Mention by username</a>
<a href="mention:186785362">Mention by user id</a>
<a href="tg://user?id=186785362">Mention by user id</a>
Custom emoji: <emoji id="5368324170671202286">👍</emoji>
Custom emoji: <tg-emoji emoji-id="5368324170671202286">👍</tg-emoji>
<pre language="json">Pre tags can have a language attribute</pre>
<spoiler>Spoiler</spoiler>
<tg-spoiler>Spoiler</tg-spoiler>

You can also use normal markdown (bot API MarkdownV2 syntax), note that to create mentions you can also use the mention: syntax like in html:

*bold \*text*
_italic \*text_
__underline__
~strikethrough~
||spoiler||
*bold _italic bold ~italic bold strikethrough ||italic bold strikethrough spoiler||~ __underline italic bold___ bold*
[inline URL](http://www.example.com/)
[inline mention of a user](tg://user?id=123456789)
![👍](tg://emoji?id=5368324170671202286)
\`inline fixed-width code\`
\`\`\`
pre-formatted fixed-width code block
\`\`\`
\`\`\`php
pre-formatted fixed-width code block written in the PHP programming language
\`\`\`

[Mention by username](mention:@danogentili)
[Mention by user id](mention:186785362)
[Mention by user id](tg://user?id=186785362)
[👍](emoji:5368324170671202286)
[👍](tg://emoji?id=5368324170671202286)