LinkedIn, the popular social media platform used for business and employment purposes, is currently facing a widespread outage, leaving users worldwide unable to access the website. The issue stems from server problems, which are causing an error message to be displayed when attempting to visit the platform.
The complaints started pouring in on Downdetector, a website that logs outages, at around 4:15pm in India, with the number of grievances escalating around 5:00pm. Users have reported difficulties not only with accessing the website but also with visiting profiles. As of now, LinkedIn has not released an official statement regarding the situation.
Many users have taken to social media platforms to express their frustration with the outage. Some have expressed concern over the feed not loading properly, with one user stating, “What’s happening with your feed, please? It’s not loading, and I keep getting an error message. This is a nightmare because I’m due to deliver a LinkedIn training session in just over an hour. HELP, please.” Others have noted the irony of LinkedIn being down, following recent outages experienced other major social media platforms like Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
LinkedIn has yet to provide an estimated timeline for when the issue will be resolved. This is a developing story, and users are advised to check for updates regarding the situation. As the problem persists, it highlights the potential impact of server issues on a platform widely used professionals and businesses for networking and employment opportunities.
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