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Twitter Has Announced That Some Of Its Services Are No Longer Available To Its Users.

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Twitter Inc (TWTR.N) announced late Friday that it was working to resolve an access issue after thousands of users reported issues with the platform. “For some of you, tweets may not be loading. We’re working on resolving a problem, and you’ll be back on track soon “In a tweet, the company stated.

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According to the outage monitoring website Downdetector.com, approximately 40,000 users reported problems with the social media platform on Friday. Downdetector monitors outages by compiling status reports from various sources, including user-submitted errors on its platform. A larger number of users could have been impacted by the outage.

Not the first time Twitter faced this issue

Twitter services are once again unavailable to users. This is the second time the microblogging website has been down today. Users from all over the world are taking to the platform to report a variety of issues, including search terms and tweets failing to load, and, in the worst-case scenario, desktop logout errors.

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“The search term you entered yielded no results. Please retry later.” and “We are unable to retrieve Tweets at this time.” Please retry later.” appear to be the most common issues, and it appears that the larger issue of users experiencing logout errors is limited to the desktop app, rather than the Twitter apps for Android and iOS. Surprisingly, it appears that Tweeting via the mobile app and non-first-party services such as TweetDeck is still possible.

Earlier this morning, Twitter experienced a global “access issue,” which the platform acknowledged. “Tweets may be loading slowly for some of you. We’re working on resolving a problem, and you’ll be back on the timeline soon,” Twitter said, adding that it was working on resolving the problem. The problem appeared to be resolved over the course of the day, but as it turns out, not completely.

According to Downdetector, a website that tracks outages, the problem affected over 40,000 users.

To be fair, Twitter never claimed to have fully resolved the issue. This could be one of the most egregious service failures in recent social media history. We will update this article as soon as we receive additional information from the platform.


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