Several Google services are back online after a three-hour outage

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A number of Google services have experienced outages around the world - just as many users are starting the work week


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Several Google services are back online after a three-hour outage that had a huge impact on Docs and Sheets

  • A number of Google services crashed Monday morning around 9:36 a.m. ET
  • Users around the world have reported issues with Docs, Drive, Slides, and Sheets
  • The issues appear to have been resolved approximately three hours after the crashes

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A number of Google services have experienced outages around the world – just as many users are starting the work week.

The tech giant’s Slides, Drive, and Sheets appeared to be down according to the Google Workplace Status Dashboard.

The problems started around 9:36 a.m. and are affecting the United States, the United Kingdom, China and other countries around the world.

Google was aware of the outages and “investigating the reports” of issues with its services, which led to their restoration at 12:20 p.m. ET.

A number of Google services have experienced outages around the world – just as many users are starting the work week

It is not known how many users were affected by the outage, but DownDetector shows New York and Boston, Massachusetts in red on its outage map.

Either way, a Monday morning blackout may not be ideal, as millions of people are still working from home due to the persistent coronavirus pandemic – and many rely on Google services to perform their jobs. daily tasks.

Users affected by the outage were seeing “error messages” when they attempted to create a new Google document that said, “Please try to reload this page or come back to it in a few minutes.” ”

“Google Docs” was all the rage on Twitter with over 199,000 tweets from people who seem very frustrated with the outage.

Users affected by the outage were seeing “error messages” when attempting to create a new Google document that read: “Please try to reload this page or come back to it in a few minutes.”

The tech giant's Slides, Drive, and Sheets appeared to be down according to the Google Workplace Status Dashboard.  The problems started around 9:36 a.m. and are affecting the US, UK, China and other countries around the world

The tech giant's Slides, Drive, and Sheets appeared to be down according to the Google Workplace Status Dashboard.  The problems started around 9:36 a.m. and are affecting the US, UK, China and other countries around the world

The tech giant’s Slides, Drive, and Sheets appeared to be down according to the Google Workplace Status Dashboard. The problems started around 9:36 a.m. and are affecting the US, UK, China and other countries around the world

DownDetector shows that 92% of Google Doc issue reports say the app is not loading.

In addition to frustrated employees, many students rely on Google Docs for homework, and April 12 is the first day back for many after spring break.

Outages among online services are common as Facebook and Instagram seem to crash every few weeks,

Google, on the other hand, rarely encounters any issues, and when it does, it has a huge impact on people’s day-to-day lives.

It is not known how many users were affected by the outage, but DownDetector shows New York and Boston, Massachusetts in red on its outage map.

It is not known how many users were affected by the outage, but DownDetector shows New York and Boston, Massachusetts in red on its outage map.

It is not known how many users were affected by the outage, but DownDetector shows New York and Boston, Massachusetts in red on its outage map.

'Google Docs' was all the rage on Twitter with over 199,000 tweets from people looking very frustrated with the outage

'Google Docs' was all the rage on Twitter with over 199,000 tweets from people looking very frustrated with the outage

“Google Docs” was all the rage on Twitter with over 199,000 tweets from people who seemed very frustrated with the outage

The latest blackout hit Google in December 2020, which destroyed Gmail, YouTube, Maps, Drive, and Sheets.

Hundreds of millions of people around the world have been affected and could not access services for about an hour.

Google has released a statement saying the outage in its authentication system was due to an internal storage quota issue.

Services required users to log in at the same time, which reached a higher rate than it could support.

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