The question on everyone’s mind is, “When will Instagram be back up?” The official website and Facebook page have not responded to the issue. There have been various rumors and reports, but neither have been confirmed. We have contacted both companies to find out when they will fix the problem. Update: Instagram is back and running normally. It has been unavailable since Monday, but now it seems that the website is down because of a technical issue.
The outage is widespread, and has hit both Instagram and Facebook. Facebook has blamed the outage on a bug that occurred during routine maintenance. The company, which also owns WhatsApp, has not specified a specific time frame for its return. Users should monitor Twitter for updates, and Facebook is working to resolve the issue. While the site is down, users may want to try another browser. There is no official word yet on when Instagram will return to Facebook.
The outage came as Facebook was under fire for several weeks after an internal whistleblower revealed the data from Facebook. The whistleblower revealed that the company knew that Instagram was having a negative effect on younger users, and that its algorithms allowed misinformation to spread widely. The scandal led to an outage that was reported in the Wall Street Journal and Congress, and Facebook’s shares fell 5% in value on Monday.
If you want to know when Instagram will be back.up, you can use the web app and leave a status update about the outage. Try to explain your specific issue so other users will be able to see it. You can find out more information about Instagram’s outages on Down Detector. You can also check Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp for outages. If you’re in the United States, you can still use the website.
According to the outage status page, users around the world are reporting problems with the service. Some users are reporting that the app is unavailable or experiencing issues sending and receiving DMs. Others are reporting that they’re getting the same message over again. While Instagram hasn’t officially acknowledged the outage, users have taken to Twitter to express their frustration. Some even created funny memes about the outage. And that’s just the beginning of the problems.
A few hours ago, Instagram went down, as did parent companies Facebook and WhatsApp. The social network has since fixed the problem. Users have also taken to Twitter to express their displeasure. However, the outage appears to be less severe than Monday’s. It only lasted a few hours. We’ll have to wait and see if Instagram comes back up soon. But in the meantime, here’s a look at what we know about the outage so far.
Hundreds of people took to Twitter to voice their frustration. A down-detector website has tracked reports of service outages since March 19. Users in the United States and other countries have reported similar problems. Among the most common causes are problems with the website, the server connection, and the app. In some cases, the outage doesn’t affect the app. As of 6:28pm, DownDetector reports 3,512 outages across a dozen social networks.
As of 2:34 PM ET, Facebook Messenger and Instagram are down for users. As of 2:24 PM ET, there are nearly 3,000 reports of outages across the two platforms. Among those reports, 89 percent cite difficulty sending messages. Just over eight percent report difficulties logging in, and three percent report problems with the app’s login. Meanwhile, hundreds of users have criticized Facebook for the outage. The most affected areas are New York and London, while in the UK, Manchester and Birmingham have been hit the hardest.
A massive outage hit Facebook and Instagram on Wednesday. Although many users were able to access the services through other platforms, many reported that the main apps were down for hours. While many people were able to communicate using other applications, the vast majority of users prefer the mobile version of the service. The outage is likely to be resolved soon. While users should stay tuned for updates, it’s best to expect a return to Facebook Messenger soon.