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Twitter down, users unable to post as micro-blogging site faces temporary outage for second day

Micro-blogging website Twitter on Wednesday faced a temporary outage for the second consecutive day. Users were unable to make any posts as the social networking website was down. Twitter faced repeated momentary disruptions at around 10 AM on Wednesday.


By   |  Updated On : May 10, 2017 10:31 AM
Twitter down, faces temporary outage for second consecutive day

Twitter down, faces temporary outage for second consecutive day

New Delhi :  

Micro-blogging website Twitter on Wednesday faced a temporary outage for the second consecutive day. Users were unable to make any posts as the social networking website was down. Twitter faced repeated momentary disruptions at around 10 AM on Wednesday.

The page shows this message: "Something is technically wrong. Thanks for noticing-we're going to fix it up and have things back to normal soon."

On Tuesday, Facebook and Twitter both faced temporary outage. The social media site suffered repeated momentary disruptions at around 8 AM on Tuesday. 

Only minutes earlier on Tuesday, Facebook desktop version website crashed at around 6:30 AM. The website came back at around 7:25 AM, after an outage of almost an hour. While the user could access the cached feed on the mobile application, the Facebook outage had also locked them out of mobile apps linked to social media login. 

Confused Facebook users took to Twitter to express their inability to log in to their favourite social media platform.

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According to users, the Facebook crash had locked them out of the applications which are linked to it for automatic login like Tinder, e-commerce sites, Netflix, fitness application, Instagram, etc.

ALSO READ | After Facebook down, Twitter suffers momentary outage

First Published: Wednesday, May 10, 2017 10:13 AM


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