Twitter's server is down. Many users are unable to login to their account. Apart from Twitter, many users are also complaining about the servers of Facebook and Instagram. YouTube is also having trouble. However, now gradually the problems of the users are being rectified.
Twitter Server Down: Twitter server is down. Many users are facing problem in login their account.Twitter faced some technical problems on Wednesday, leaving thousands of users unable to access the micro-blogging site worldwide. It went down after several users complained of glitches while posting updates, following accounts or even accessing direct messages. Apart from Twitter, even Facebook and Instagram faced outages globally with the maximum complaints coming from the US.
However, now gradually this problem is being fixed. Meanwhile, it has been said on Twitter that some people are facing problems on Twitter. The company is sorry for this. Efforts are being made to rectify it at the earliest.
Apart from Twitter, complaints also came about the servers of social media sites Facebook and Instagram. However, gradually this problem is being resolved. Twitter has apologized for this problem.
Twitter may not be working as expected for some of you. Sorry for the trouble. We’re aware and working to get this fixed.
— Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) February 8, 2023
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Some users reported that they could only share tweets using Twitter’s tweet scheduling function. According to outage tracker DownDetector, people on Twitter started experiencing problems around 3 am on Thursday. At 4.23 am, the maximum number of 810 people reported the problem on Twitter. 43% of users reported on the app, 25% on the website and 12% related to the server connection.
Twitter has faced a series of technical glitches since Elon Musk took over as the platform’s CEO and plans to lay off more than half of its employees in 2022. Users previously mentioned issues regarding the app’s two-factor authentication tool.