Twitter down because thousands of people cannot access social media site for the second time within hours

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Twitter suffers from an outage as users around the world say they can’t log into the social media website for the second time in a matter of hours.
The social media giant’s dashboard read that ‘all systems were up’ on Saturday at 5:30 p.m. UK time, about an hour after Twitter support wrote: ‘We know parts of Twitter are still not working not for some of you.

“We are correcting an issue with our servers so things will get back to normal soon. Thanks for staying with us. “

Twitter’s API Status website said its data team was investigating “a possible system irregularity.”

Twitter also reported issues on Friday evening, with users in Europe, the United States, and parts of Asia, Africa and South America not being able to log in or send messages. tweets.

Twitter users reported similar issues on Friday
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The company tweeted at the time that users might not be able to access the site and that it was “working to resolve a problem.”

The problems either resurfaced or continued on Saturday afternoon, with users in the UK and other countries saying they were unable to log in or post tweets.

According to the Downdetector website, there have been an increase in user reports that Twitter was ‘down’ late Friday evening, or early Saturday morning in Britain.

There were smaller peaks around 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. on Saturday, with larger peak countries such as Mexico, Japan, the Philippines, Singapore, New Zealand and South Africa.

The most common issues reported to Downdetector by Twitter users were with website (43%), signing in (28%), and iPhone or iPad apps (28%).

Following the Friday night outage, Twitter support wrote, “Tweets may not load for some of you. We’re working on an issue, and you’ll be back on the timeline soon. “

About 40,000 Twitter users reported issues with the social media site between 12:48 p.m. and 2:03 a.m. UK time, according to the Downdetector outage monitoring website.

The website had also published a “Twitter outage map” which shows issues were reported by people across Europe and the United States.

Users in Mexico, South America, South Africa and the Philippines are also having issues with the site, according to the map.

One user wrote: “If you allow me, I will add to the list of current issues: not being able to tweet, retrieve, upload tweets, bookmarks or even connect now.” It was working perfectly earlier in the day. “

Another wrote: “Some people also can’t reconnect to the Twitter app, keep saying error. “

Millions of people were unable to tweet for more than two hours when the website crashed in October 2020.

The company said this was caused by an “inadvertent change” in Twitter’s internal systems and the website was not hacked.

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