TWITTER is down as users are reporting website outages across the globe.
As of 6.15pm ET there were 4,546 reports of Twitter users experiencing technical issues when attempting to use the app on their mobile devices, de acordo com Down Detector.
The Downdetector chart shows “a view of problem reports submitted in the past 24 hours compared to the typical volume of reports by time of day.”
“Downdetector only reports an incident when the number of problem reports is significantly higher than the typical volume for that time of day,” the website explains.
Twitter users took to Downdetector to explain what they were experiencing, with one stating: “Trying to read replied tweets says ‘uh-oh an error has occurred’ or something like that.”
Outro comentou: “I can refresh the app, but I can’t open any of the tweets.
“I get the “CAN’T LOAD TWEET — RETRY” Error. I also can’t search for anything.
“Glad to see I’m not alone. It appears I can still send tweets, but there’s no point if no one can respond.”
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De acordo com Downdetector, 43 percent of Twitter users experienced issues with the website and 34 percent of users had issues with the app.
A third user wrote in the Downdetector’s comments section: “both site and app are down, tweets not loading and site is logging me out.”
“Replies are not fully functional, it sends and returns an error at the same time, potentially allowing for duplication of the exact same message despite the system not allowing it,” a fourth Twitter user complained.
Outro disse: “can’t access tweets. nothing is loading properly.”
This isn’t the first time Twitter users have experienced trouble through their website or mobile device.
Downdetector has reported the following issues with Twitter, including logging in through their website or on their mobile device, back in September and November of 2021.
De acordo com Twitter’s Help Center, anyone having issues with mobile.twitter.com, should first try the following: “Try clearing your cache and cookies for your device’s mobile browser.
“You can clear cache and cookies from the settings menu for your mobile browser.”
Próximo, the help center recommends turning your phone off for five minutes to reset the connection.