New York (CNN) Twitter’s website remained inaccessible to many users on Monday, with others reporting problems viewing photos and clicking through links on the app, one of the most widespread service disruptions to date under new owner Elon Musk.
Some users who tried to load Twitter.com or TweetDeck, a service that allows users to organize their Twitter feed into lists, were told, “Your current API program does not have access to this endpoint.” Other users were able to access the site (although it seemed to load slowly), but they encountered the same error message when clicking on links.
Outage tracker site DownDetector showed More than 8,000 reports of Twitter outages by midday Monday. The “Twitter API” was popular as people tweeted about problems for users who were able to access the site.
“Some parts of Twitter may not work as expected right now,” the company said said In a tweet. “We made an internal change that had some unintended consequences. We’re working on it now and will share an update once it’s fixed.”
In a separate tweet on Monday, Musk said: “This site is very fragile (sigh). Will be fixed soon.”
Within about an hour, the problems were mostly resolved. “Things should be back to normal now,” the company tweeted around 1 p.m.
Monday’s strike marked the second Twitter A glitch within a week and a third within a month. Last Wednesday, some Twitter users who opened their “For You” timelines were greeted with a blank screen and a message that read, “Welcome to your timeline,” encouraging them to follow other users to get Tweets, even if they already followed various accounts. . Other users say “Welcome to Twitter!” News as they joined the stage.
Three weeks ago, Twitter users faced Various problems with the site, including the inability to tweet, send direct messages, or follow new accounts.
After Kasthuri, Twitter has experienced various technical glitches took The company laid off more than half of its employees late last year. Users have previously reported issues with the app’s two-factor authentication tool, seeing replies listed below a tweet instead of being listed above, and old tweets showing up repeatedly in their feed or notes.
Some former employees worry that mass layoffs under Musk could break up the platform in ways big or small, after workers who knew Twitter’s core systems were pushed out. But Musk continues to cut staff in an effort to shore up Twitter’s bottom line.
The latest service disruptions come after the Twitter report He was fired Another 10% are employees At the end of last monthIncluding some of the engineers responsible for the site’s reliability, according to a report by the New York Times.
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