Twitter down for several users in India, both website and app affected
You’re not the only one having trouble using Twitter today. Dozens of users are reporting a variety of issues, from the site appearing to be completely down to failing to fetch new tweets, to receiving alerts indicating they’ve exceeded their rate limit.
Twitter, the microblogging platform owned by Elon Musk is down for several users in India on Thursday morning. More than 10,000 reports were logged by 7 am on the outage monitoring website www.downdetector.com.
Users in the United States and other countries, such as Canada, Argentina, the United Kingdom, and Germany, cannot access Twitter’s website, according to Downdetector, which monitors internet outages around id the world. When you access the Twitter homepage, this error appears instead of the timeline: “Something went wrong, but don’t worry — it’s not your fault. Let’s try again.”
Since Musk laid off a sizable portion of the company’s workforce earlier this year, many users have reported experiencing a variety of problems with the service. Contrary to some predictions, the website has remained online for the most part since then, even during significant occasions such as the World Cup or Elon’s self-reported times when he unplugged “one of the server racks more sensitive.”
The notifications tab, which includes mentions and likes among other interactions with other users, does not appear to be updating; however, the iPhone and Android versions of Twitter appear to be still operational, if problematic. Anyway, using the app is now your best option to access Twitter.
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