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Introducing the redesigned LINE Developers site
We are excited to introduce our new, redesigned LINE Developers site. We hope that this renewal will improve developer experience, making it easier to use the LINE Platform products. There are no major changes in the console functionality. Here, we'll take you through some of the key changes to the site.
Changes in the console
- We have added the provider list screen so that you can easily select the provider of the channel that you want to configure.
- Now the role of the logged-in user is displayed in the provider and channel lists.
- You can quickly access tools such as Flex Message Simulator and Bot Designer through the tool list in the navigation bar.
Changes in the documentation site
- Each page has breadcrumbs at the top so that you can easily keep track of the page structure.
- The new navigation bar allows easier access to the API reference for each product. You can also browse the API reference within the feature guide as before.
- Each page of the feature guides has a table of contents on the right side so that you can quickly move across sections.
We will continue to make improvements to the LINE Developers site and our developer documentation to make it easier for you to develop apps using our products.
If you want to keep up-to-date with our latest developments, add the LINE Developers official account as a friend on LINE using the QR code or the button below.
New article on converting an MID to a user ID
Users are identified using a user ID in LINE Login v2 or later instead of an MID in v1. If you have integrated LINE Login v1 into your app and want to migrate it to v2 or later, you need to convert MIDs to user IDs.
For more information, see Converting an MID to a user ID.
Community SDK section released
We have released a community SDK section to our Messaging API SDKs page with Messaging API SDKs developed by our developer community. We currently have a C# (.NET) SDK and are looking to add more resources.
If you have developed a SDK or library for the Messaging API, see our Community contribution guidelines for information on how to submit your project to us for review.
Introducing our feedback form
In order to improve the quality of our documentation and products, we've added a feedback form to our documentation pages. If you would like to report any bugs in our documentation or would like to leave any suggestions, click the "Leave feedback" button on the bottom of our documentation pages and complete the form.
We greatly appreciate your feedback and we are committed to improving your experience using our developer products.
New article on sharing bots
We've added a new article on how you can gain more friends and expand the reach of your bot. For example, you can use a QR code, add an "Add friend" button, or link your bot with a LINE Login channel.
Check out the article at Sharing your bot with users.
Search feature released on website
LINE URL scheme information released
We've added an article about the LINE URL scheme to our LINE Login and Messaging API documentation. You can use the URL schemes to help your users navigate to specific content such as the camera, location, or settings screens in the LINE app. The LINE URL scheme can be used in your bot (Messaging API) from within the LINE app or in your native or web apps to automatically open the LINE app.
See the new articles below.
LINE Login and Messaging API glossaries