Twitter Down Worldwide: Microblogging platform Twitter suddenly went down on Monday (6 March) night. It was told that most of the Twitter users in different countries had to face broken links. This problem continued till late night. In this case, Twitter told the reason behind this problem through late night tweet.
According to media reports, till 10 pm, 1,093 complaints were made by Indian users regarding this down ie the problem coming in Twitter. On the other hand, if we talk about America, more than 8,000 complaints were received regarding this problem.
This kind of problem was coming
According to the report, many types of problems were coming due to Twitter down. Where some users told the problem in login, there were some who told in the complaint that they are not able to see the Twitter account of other users. Some users said that they are having trouble reading the messages. There were also many users who complained about the link.
Late night the company gave this clarification
On the other hand, after Twitter’s down and continuous complaints regarding different problems, the company presented its side late on Monday night. The company said that "Some parts of Twitter are not working as expected right now. We’ve made an internal change that had some unexpected results. Currently our team is working on it and we will share the update as soon as the issue is resolved."
Some parts of Twitter may not be working as expected right now. We made an internal change that had some unintended consequences. We’re working on this now and will share an update when it’s fixed.
— Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) March 6, 2023
Most of the complaints were linked
According to the outage monitoring website DownDetector, 1,338 complaints had been received from Indian users till 10.45 pm on Monday. Most of them were complaining about broken links. While some people complained of being unable to access the tweets of other users.
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