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Twitter service down for users across countries, including India

New Delhi: Twitter users around the world faced trouble logging into the microblogging platform and viewing the feed. Several users have reported on Twitter's complaint on Friday. Several Twitter users reported problems with the microblogging site on Friday morning. Several users said that they are unable to log in to the website.

By Priyanka Verma 
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New Delhi: Twitter users around the world faced trouble logging into the microblogging platform and viewing the feed. Several users have reported on Twitter’s complaint on Friday. Several Twitter users reported problems with the microblogging site on Friday morning. Several users said that they are unable to log in to the website. At the same time, Twitter’s feed page was also not able to load.

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On feeding the page it was written “”Something went wrong, but don’t worry – try again”. Twitter user says that even after repeated attempts, this popup was appearing again and again.

A social media user wrote, “I can’t access Twitter and I was getting an error prompt.” increased. Reportedly, the outage started around 3 am and saw a relatively big spike around 7 am.

The DownDetector outage tracking site, which monitors the social media platform, has also flagged some issues on the platform. He said that users around the world were hit by Twitter being down.

Twitter has been in discussions for the past several days due to its new owner Elon Musk. Last week, Elon Musk fired Elon Musk’s CEO Parag Agarwal and other top officials in a big move. Twitter employees have also been notified via email that layoffs are about to begin.

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According to the information, Twitter employees will get a mail on November 4, in which they will be told whether they have been fired or not. “Thank you for following Twitter’s policies that prohibit you from discussing confidential company information on social media in the press or elsewhere,” the internal memo said.

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