“Something went wrong”, Twitter crashes across all platforms globally.

There was a message running on the timeline saying "Something went wrong."

 

As per the site DownDetector, the micro-blogging platform Twitter on Wednesday night went down in many parts of the world incorporating into India. the users who were affected were not able to see and share tweets on both mobile and web. There was a message running on their course of events saying "Something went wrong."

 

While a few users got the message saying, "Can't retrieve tweets right now. Please try again later", others had the option to tweet yet couldn't view tweets and messages.

 

Twitter was crashed on all stages: Android, iOS, and web. The organization has not yet issued an announcement on the actual reason behind the outage. Be that as it may, it's not the first time Twitter has confronted outage.

 

A portion of the Twitter clients had the option to tweet however couldn't view tweets and messages.

 

The organization is yet to issue an announcement on the reason behind the outage.

In July, Twitter clients got themselves unable to log in to Twitter as the US social media encountered the second service outage in barely over one week.

 

The outage was affirmed on Twitter's status page, which said there was an "active incident" that influenced the stage's normal activity. It was the second time that Twitter announced widespread outages in over multi-week after the firm experienced issues with DM conveyance and notices on July 3.

 

Twitter additionally went down on July 11 over the US as President Donald Trump organised a social media summit where he didn't invite the social media giants including Twitter.

 

by Lokendra Sharma | Thu, Aug 22 - 01:09 PM

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