Free GroupMe Bots

If you’re a regular GroupMe user, you might want to try MeBots. With so many free bots available, there’s a lot you can do to enhance your platform experience. Whether you want to play old games like 8-Ball or be silly by sending random pictures of dogs to your friends, MeBots has got you covered, and you can do it all for free.

Free GroupMe Bots

Read on to learn more about everything MeBots has to offer.

Free MeBots

MeBots is the App Store for GroupMe bots. MeBots was created by Erik Boesen, a Yale student, who originally made a bot to assist students called YaleBot. By answering various FAQs, the bot helps students choose classes that meet their needs and interests. Erik realized he could scale the architecture he developed into other programs and decided to try it out with GroupMe.

MeBots is a public list of bots anyone can install into their chats. You can sign in with GroupMe, browse through the bot selection, and add whatever bots you like.

You can access a wide range of bots that do different things. Try Bot Against Humanity if you want to play the game with your friends. Check out Cleverbot if you’re going to talk to the AI. Are you interested in getting a beautiful image from NASA? Add the NASAbot and type “NASA” to get daily photos and descriptions. Other bots can make memes, draw on photographs using facial recognition, and host online card games. If you’re interested in seeing the complete list, click here.

Using a bot is very simple. You only need to click on +add from the list, enter your email and password, and it’ll download.

How to Create a Bot for GroupMe

MeBots also works as a developer platform for making bots.

There are two ways to go about doing this. You can use a form or the API plug-in. Read on to find out more.

Use the Form

This is a relatively straightforward way to create a simple bot, but you’ll need to tinker with it afterward. Here’s the gist:

  1. Click here to access the form. You’ll need to add your email (or phone) and password. Log in with your GroupMe account. You’ll receive a PIN to verify your account.
  2. After entering the PIN, you can continue on with the form.
  3. Enter the fields according to the on-screen instructions.
  4. The form allows you to fill in the information according to the group’s needs. Choose where you want your bot to work. You can select the group name from the menu.
  5. Next, if your bot will get messages, you’ll need a callback URL. This is where your bot lives online, and notes are forwarded for processing. You won’t need a callback URL if your bot doesn’t need to receive or react to messages. You’ll need to accept HTTP mail if you specify a callback URL. To see the code, click here and add the fields.
  6. You can hit save and create our bot when you complete the form.

Note that you don’t have to fill out all the fields if you don’t want to. However, people can more easily locate and use your bot if you do fill out all the form fields.

Once you hit “save,” your GroupMe bot is created, and you can find it in the GroupMe chat you assigned it to. Check whether there’s a confirmation message that the bot you created is in the group.

Users can now add their bot to GroupMe through the MeBots website.

You can also test your bot to see if it works. You can do this by giving the bot its first task. It might be a short message or ask it to execute a particular task to confirm whether it works right. And that’s it! Your bot is ready to go.


The second method to create a bot is to use the API at dev.groupme. By using Python, chatbot developers can create sophisticated bots and make them accessible to millions of GroupMe users. Follow the steps below to use API and develop your own chatbot.

  1. You’ll need to get an access token. First, a piece of code containing a large amount of data (such as user, permissions, group, etc.).
  2. Then, find the Group ID for the group you want the bot to work in.
  3. Register your bot.
  4. Choose somewhere to run your bot.

The bots you can create can provide interaction and posting, bots for alerts (like an upcoming event), or information bots. Helpful tips: If you’re not sure, think about where your bot will be, what you might need the bot for, and where it will be more helpful. Consider whether you want the bot to post in the group or whether it will handle the interactions in the chat, such as responding to comments or mentions. Analyzing your GroupMe stats is one way to determine what the bot will do. Look at what the members do, see how they interact, and consider how many members there are. That information will likely help you determine what your bot should do.

If you’re interested in creating a bot and going through the steps above, you must refer to this page to access the codes you’ll make for each step.

While creating a bot through GroupMe is more accessible than doing it alone, this step is a lot more technical, and you might need some experience using and developing code to do it successfully. This guide may help you to configure the bot.


Can anyone use GroupMe?

Yes, it is a free messaging app created by Microsoft and an excellent way to stay in touch with your family and loved ones. Add someone from your address book, and they will join the chat and the group. If you don’t have the app, you can send and receive messages through SMS.

How do I join a group in GroupMe?

You can tap the “discover” button to find and join groups. You can participate by selecting the “join” button to become a group member. If you’re interested in learning what other groups there are, you can use the search bar.

Who uses GroupMe?

It’s often used by a group of people, whether friends, a team, at work, or school groups. You can have up to 5,000 members in a group.

Accessing Free GroupMe Bots

All you have to do to access GroupMe Bots is visit, and you’re on your way to choosing a bot to play games or speak with, share and send pictures, or execute a range of other fun and exciting tasks. If you want to create a bot, you can do that by filling out a form or using API. The latter is a bit more technical, so you might want to try that if you have some coding experience. Luckily, there are guides to help you on the dev. group me site that can help you create your bot.

What has your experience been with MeBots? Have you used or tried to make one using the tips and tricks in this article? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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