News: Articles for Feb 2019

  • 2019/02/19

    Console: We changed how to check the number of your bot's friends

    We moved information related to the number of your bot's friends from the LINE Developers console to the official account management tools. We removed this information from the "Number of friends" tab on the "Statistics" tab of the Messaging API channels.

    To view the number of your bot's friends, click the Account Manager Official Site button in the "Number of friends" tab. LINE Official Account Manager or LINE@ Manager will open according to your account plan.

    To use the official account management tools, you need separate access permission. If you cannot access these tools, please contact the tool administrators of your organization.

    We will remove the "Number of friends" tab from the LINE Developers console on March 26, 2019.

  • 2019/02/14

    Notice of LINE Developers site maintenance

    On February 27, 2019, we will perform maintenance for the LINE Developers site. We apologize for any inconvenience caused by this.

    Scheduled maintenance time

    February 27, 2019 12:00-13:00 JST (+9 GMT)


    The LINE Developers site will be unavailable during maintenance.

    This maintenance will not affect LINE Platform products such as LINE Login and the Messaging API.

  • 2019/02/07

    We're archiving the LINE Platform feedback repository on GitHub

    We will archive the LINE Platform feedback repository on GitHub on February 15, 2019.

    Please send your questions about the LINE Platform to the Q&A page of the LINE developers community site. Like many technical forums, you can post and answer questions freely, and leverage the development know-how accumulated within the developer community for the LINE Platform.

  • 2019/02/07

    LIFF: You can get access tokens through LIFF SDK

    We added the liff.getAccessToken() method to the LIFF SDK.

    Use the access token to interact with the Social API to access user profile data on the LINE Platform.

    For more information, see Getting the user's access token.

  • 2019/02/05

    LINE Login: You can log in with a QR Code

    Web apps that use LINE Login 2.1 now allow users to log in by scanning a QR code on the login screen. They can scan the QR code with LINE on their smartphones. As before, they can also log in with their email address and password.

    QR Code login

    We have applied this new feature to all channels with LINE Login 2.1 enabled. You don't need any further development.

    Don't let your users miss out on this great UX feature — implement LINE Login today!

    QR Code is a registered trademark of DENSO WAVE INCORPORATED in Japan and in other countries.