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But first, we have to answer one of the most commonly misunderstood concepts regarding Telegram, "what is the difference between a Telegram group and a Telegram channel"?
Channels: ideal for announcements, news, blogs, and updates a channel limits sending of messages to only the creator and the admins. Members invited to the channel will only be able to see the message and cannot participate by chatting. Pro-tip: You can invite to the channel if you are an admin and channel is below 200 members.
Groups: The default group chat, everyone can send messages. Admins are present and can restrict users or remove them from the group. Basically, a group is a standard group chat. Can be upgraded to a supergroup after the 200 member limit. A supergroup can hold up to 100,000 members. Can you imagine having 100,000 people in an ICO group?
Now that you understand what the difference between a group and a channel, let's explain how inviting works on Telegram.
Inviting is the action of adding someone to a Telegram group without necessarily needing their consent, one account can add limited members to a group.