Welcome to the official release notes for Chatflow. This section is dedicated to providing concise updates on the latest features, enhancements, and fixes in Chatflow. Regularly visiting this page ensures that you stay informed about new capabilities and improvements that can enhance your user experience.



Added Instant Replies to Quick Prompts

You can now add instant replies to Quick Prompts, this option does not use the AI model to generate a response, but rather responds with a predefined message when the user selects the Quick Prompt in your chatbot.

Where to find the instant replies option in the Chatflow Dashboard
Example of how you can add instant replies to Quick Prompts in Chatflow.


New Feature: Forms

Forms have been added to Chatflow, allowing you to create... well forms, that your chatbot can choose to show to the user if the conversation requires it. Forms can be used to collect structured information from the user, such as contact details, feedback, or any other information you need to gather.

Form submissions can also be exported as a CSV file, we plan on adding integrations to relevant services in the future ( eg: Google Sheets, CRM systems, Mailchimp, Typeform etc).

New Feature: User identification

We've added an option to enabled visitors the ability to share their name and email with the chatbot, which will enable the chatbot to refer to the person by name, and in the future use their emails for automation if needed.

Currently, this is disabled by default, you can enable it in the Chatbot settings, under the "Widget" tab.

Where to go to reset or delete your chatbot
You can now enable user identification in the Chatflow Dashboard.

You can also customize the message that will be shown to the user when prompting them to share their name and email, there is also an option to require identification before the chatbot can be used, this is to cater to use cases where you need to know who the user is before they can proceed for compliance, business, or other reasons, we don't recommend enabling it without a good reason, as it adds friction to the user experience.


New Model: GPT-4o support added.

We've added support for OpenAI's newly released GPT-4o model, According to OpenAI, it is "Our most advanced, multimodal flagship model that’s cheaper and faster than GPT-4 Turbo".

Read OpenAI's announcement here.


Bugfix: Large PDF files not able to be imported into the knowledge base

We have fixed an issue where very large PDF files failed to be processed into the knowledge base.

Bugfix: Fixed encoding issue with foreign characters in documents

We have fixed an issue where foreign characters in documents were not being decoded correctly and caused indexing of these documents to fail.

Improvement: Improved Document Indexing Performance

We have made changes to the way documents, notes and crawled web pages are processed and indexed into our vector search database, we now bulk import all the new data at once, instead of indexing items one by one as they become available, utilizing the TypeSense Bulk Import API which is much faster and more efficient.

This reduces the time it takes for new pieces of knowledge to become available to the chatbot after uploading files or triggering a crawl operation.

New feature: Added data-open-delay attribute to the Chatflow widget

We have added a new configuration option to the Chatflow widget, the data-open-delay attribute allows you to set a delay in milliseconds before the Chatflow widget opens automatically when the page loads, when data-open is set to true.


Bugfix - Unable to use GPT-4

We have fixed an issue where users were unable to use GPT-4 as the AI model for their chatbot, this was due to permission issues, and has now been resolved.


New configuration options for the Chatflow widget

Added the ability to set the data-position attribute on the Chatflow widget to control the position of the widget on the page, previously this was only possible by calling the Chatflow.togglePosition(), Chatflow.positionLeft() or Chatflow.positionRight() functions via JavaScript.


Dashboard Enhancements

  • Messages per Day Chart: We've added a new chart to the dashboard, providing a visual representation of the number of messages sent and received per day.
  • Total Message Count: The dashboard now also features a stat card that displays the total number of messages sent and received across all your chatbots.

Introducing Bulk Note Import from URLs

Easily create multiple notes from a list of URLs with our new feature. This is particularly useful when dealing with URLs from various sources, making the Crawler feature impractical.

[Image description: A screenshot of the "Import Notes from URL" modal]

To import notes in bulk:

  1. Navigate to Chatbots and select your chatbot.
  2. Access Documents.
  3. Click + Add Note.
  4. Select Import from URL.
  5. Paste your list of URLs (one per line) in the text area and click Import notes.

Note: You can import up to 100 URLs at a time.

Changelog Introduction Overhaul

We've revamped the introduction to provide a clearer understanding of the Changelog's purpose. (Meta, indeed!)


Improvements to conversation and message counts.

Previously, Chatflow would count all messages in a conversation, including "debug" and "system" (These are internally by the AI to perform RAG and state management throughout the lifecycle of the chat session) messages that are not part of the conversation, this would lead to inflated conversation and message counts, making it difficult to get an accurate count of the actual conversations and messages.

All counts have been updated to exclude "debug" and "system" messages, leaving only the actual messages from users and the reply from the chatbot in the counters.


Improvements to editing Notes in the Chatflow Dashboard

Previously, you could only create new Notes in the Chatflow Dashboard, but now you can also view and edit existing Notes, also added a confirmation dialog when deleting a Note, so we can avoid accidental deletions.

Added ability to use URL instead of Image upload in Chatbot Logo settings

Previously, you could only upload an image for the Chatbot Logo, but now you can also use a URL to an image, this can be useful if you have the image hosted somewhere else and don't want to upload it again, or you need it to be updated dynamically.

We've added new Personality Traits to the Chatflow Dashboard

We've added new personality traits to the Chatflow Dashboard, allowing you to customize your chatbot's tone and engagement style to better align with your brand.

New Tone Options:
  • Neutral: Impartial and balanced, avoiding emotional or stylistic extremes.
  • Assertive: Confident and decisive, without being aggressive.
New Engagement Modes:
  • Inclusive: Welcoming and considerate of all users.
  • Analytical: Focus on logic and reasoning to break down complex information.
New Interaction Styles:
  • Advisory: Expert guidance and suggestions.
  • Reflective: Mirroring user statements to promote understanding and empathy.
  • Casual: Relaxed, informal conversations.
  • Analytical: Detailed examinations of logic and data.


You can now reset or delete your chatbot from the Chatbot settings.

Where to go to reset or delete your chatbot
You can now reset or delete your chatbot from the Chatflow Dashboard.

To find the option to reset or delete your chatbot, follow these steps:

  1. Go to Chatbots
  2. Select [Your chatbot]
  3. Go to Settings
  4. Click on the Utilities tab

Resetting your chatbot

Resetting your chatbot will remove all the data and start fresh, it will however not remove any of the settings or configurations you have made to customize your chatbot, only the training data, and conversation history will be removed, you may also choose to reset the training data and conversation history individually.

Deleting your chatbot

Deleting your chatbot will remove all the data and configurations, this action is irreversible and will remove everything related to the chatbot, including the training data, conversation history, and all settings and configurations, this action cannot be undone.


  • We've fixed a Server error that would occur on a conversation detail page if the knowledge context (Crawl Result from a crawler) for a message was deleted or overwritten.
  • Added new data-* configuration options to the Chatflow widget to allow for more customization.
    • data-widget-half-height
    • data-widget-height
    • data-widget-width
    • data-widget-button-spacing
    • data-widget-horizontal-offset
    • data-widget-top-offset
    • data-widget-bottom-offset
    • See the Chatflow Widget Configuration documentation for more information.

Improved deployment process

We have improved our deployment process to eliminate downtime caused by the maintenance mode in Laravel when deploying new version of Chatflow, previously all embedded Chat widgets and preview links would become unavailable until the deployment finished.

This has been fixed and now the Chatflow widget will continue to work while we deploy new versions of Chatflow, this does not apply to the Chatflow Dashboard, as it will still be unavailable during the deployment (to prevent potential data corruption and other issues).


New Feature: Restricted embedding of the Chatflow widget to specific domains

We've added "allowed_origins" option to the Chatflow widget to enable users to restrict which websites and domains can embed the Chatflow widget.

You'll can find this option in the Chatflow Dashboard under the following

  1. Go to Chatbots
  2. Select [Your chatbot]
  3. Go to Settings
  4. Click on the Widget tab
  5. Scroll down to the option labeled "Domain Restriction"

By default, all domains are allowed, if you want to restrict the widget to specific domains you can add them there, you can also use wildcards to match multiple subdomains or domains, e.g. * will match,, etc.

Where to find the allowed origins option in the Chatflow Dashboard
Example of how you can restrict the Chatflow widget to specific domains.