News: Articles for Apr 2019
Changes associated with the integration of LINE@ accounts into LINE official accounts
With the consolidation of LINE@ account plans into LINE official plans, we changed the functionality of the LINE Developers console and the Messaging API as follows:
Changes in the LINE Developers console
Type of created accounts
When you create a Messaging API channel in the LINE Developers console, a LINE official account is created instead of a LINE@ account.
For more information, see Migration of LINE@ accounts. Existing LINE@ accounts will be migrated to LINE official accounts sequentially.
Enhanced Messaging API features
Bots associated with new or migrated LINE official accounts can use the following features regardless of applied plans:
- Get the target limit for additional messages
- Get number of messages sent this month
- Send push message
- Send multicast message
- Send broadcast message
- Get number of sent broadcast messages
Bots associated with LINE@ accounts cannot use these features depending on applied plans.
For more information, see the Messaging API reference.
Migrating your LINE@ account under the Developer Trial plan
We will consolidate the LINE@ account plans into the new LINE official account plans.
From April 18, 2019, when you create a Messaging API channel in the LINE Developers console, a LINE official account will be created instead of a LINE@ account.
After mid-June, 2019, we will migrate the existing LINE@ accounts under the Developer Trial plan to LINE official accounts. The free plan will be applied to the migrated LINE official accounts.
Learn more from Migration of LINE Developer Trial plan on the LINE Engineering Blog.
Notice about service outage for LINE Developers site (resolved)
We'd like to inform you about a service outage regarding the LINE Developers site. The issue has now been resolved but we sincerely apologize for any inconvenience that this may have caused.
Date and time of outage
Date: April 4, 2019 Time: 14:00 ~ 15:00 JST (GMT+9)
Cause of the outage
Issue with our servers.
We will continue to improve the quality of the services we provide to our developers and we greatly appreciate your understanding.