Thousands of people around the world have reported that Twitter is down, with users slamming the platform.


Thousands of people around the world have reported that Twitter is down, with users slamming the platform.

Thousands of users around the world are experiencing issues with TWITTER.

The website and app are having issues this evening, according to social media users.

Others have reported having trouble logging into their accounts.

Users in the United States, the United Kingdom, and New Zealand are among those who have been impacted.

Many people claim that their tweets aren’t refreshing or that they’re being kicked out of their accounts and forced to re-log in.

It’s unclear what caused the outage or when all users will be able to use the social media platform again.

Just after 5.30 p.m. in the UK, DownDetector, a website that tracks online outages, saw a surge in reports.

More than 1,800 UK users and 3,000 US users had reported problems by 5.52pm – 12.52pm Eastern Time – in the UK.

“Twitter was down and I had nowhere to complain about it,” one user joked.

Users of social media sites will have noticed issues with their favorite sites in recent weeks.

Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, and Messenger, all of which are owned by Mark Zuckerberg’s Meta, have recently experienced major outages.

At the beginning of last month, the sites went down for a whopping seven hours, leaving three billion people unable to access Facebook alone.

Simultaneously, some users reported issues with Google, Amazon, TikTok, and Verizon, among other websites.

Tinder users have also been left out in the cold.

Twitter’s traffic spiked as a result of the problems.

“Hello literally everyone,” it wrote on its official Twitter account.

Google search traffic for the website increased by 50% in just 25 minutes.

Search traffic had doubled by the time Twitter made its comment.

The massive increase in users, however, would overwhelm Twitter within two hours.

Hundreds of users reported issues every minute as the site’s features broke down.

By the end of the day, Twitter’s stock had dropped 5.9%, outperforming Facebook’s 4.9 percent drop.

In other news, Twitter announced on Friday that some accounts will get a new search button that will allow users to quickly scan through a specific person’s past tweets.

In October, a small number of users noticed the button, which is located next to the three dots in the top right corner.

According to XDA Developers, it will be rolled out more widely on the iOS Twitter app.

It’s the latest in a long line of new features added to Twitter’s platform in recent months, many of which have to do with privacy.

Its web version received a new feature in October that allows users to remove a follower without blocking them.

The option prevents a specific user from…

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