Facebook-Instagram-Twitter Down: Acknowledging the problem, Elon Musk's company sent a message saying, "Twitter may be down unexpectedly. We apologize for the inconvenience."
New Delhi: Suddenly useless Facebook (Facebook), Instagram (Instagram), Twitter (Twitter). Not only in India, thousands of users across the world are facing this situation (Social Media Outage). Residents of the US are the most affected. It is reported that the largest number of customers are facing problems there. Since Wednesday morning, several Twitter users have complained that no new tweets can be posted. Continuously showing 'error' message.
It is known that various social media platforms suddenly became useless on Wednesday. On the one hand, as many users complained that Facebook-Instagram is not working, many Twitter users also said that Twitter is also down. No new updates can be posted there. Can't access any account follows or direct messages either.
Initially, it is believed that the problem occurred due to some major mechanical malfunction. While Twitter has acknowledged the issue, Facebook-Instagram have so far not commented on the service disruption.
On one hand, when opening Facebook-Instagram where the page was not refreshing or any new posts were being seen. On the other hand, Twitter users can understand the problem when they see the tweet limit. Several Twitter users reported that when they were about to tweet, they were getting messages that they had reached the account's tweet limit. Many users have also complained that when they try to 'follow' another Twitter user's account, they get a message saying "I can't follow other people right now."
Acknowledging the problem, Elon Musk's company sent out a message saying, "Twitter may be down as expected. We apologize for the inconvenience." We are aware of the matter and efforts are being made to resolve the issue as soon as possible."
Outage tracking website Downdetector also reported multiple glitch reports coming from Meta's two platforms, Facebook and Instagram. More than 12,000 Facebook users reported the problem. On the other hand, more than 7,000 users on Instagram also complained of mechanical problems and not being able to use their accounts. Facebook's online messaging app Messenger is also experiencing the same problem, many users have reported.