LinkedIn Down, Hundreds Of Users Got Error Message On The Page

By Consultants Review Team Thursday, 07 March 2024

LinkedIn, a social networking site, failed, displaying an error message to thousands of users. As per the anger tracking site Down Detector, the error notice surfaced about at 9 p.m. About an hour later, LinkedIn said it was "back up and running" and apologized for the disruption.

Numerous issues have been reported by tens of thousands of users on the website and app, with the notification "An error has occurred" preventing them from seeing their feed.

According to Down Detector, Microsoft received more than 48,000 reports of outages pertaining to the business-oriented social network. 'It's not you, it's us,' the website tweeted about X. It's possible that you're having trouble accessing LinkedIn. Our groups are attempting to fix this.
"LinkedIn is down!" was written by one. Facebook and other social media platforms yesterday! There must be a close end.

Another said, "I can handle any other service outage, but LinkedIn... too far." "I guess LinkedIn is not... linked... in... lol," someone jokingly said. One more said, "LinkedIn is down." One person sent an emphatic message, "I can accept Facebook and Instagram being down, but where I draw the line is with LinkedIn now being down! It's so over." Oh God, bring those individuals back.

Merriam-Webster, a dictionary publisher, even humorously entered the trending topic on X, commenting, "Now LinkedIn is down??" sus: adjective / suspicious, suspect. LinkedIn is still "continuing to investigate this issue," according to its status page, which informs users of any updates about the matter. The site's incident history indicates that problems with the Sales Navigator on the platform have previously been fixed for both desktop and mobile users.

This comes after fans flocked to X yesterday to express their indignation after Facebook and Instagram, both hosted by parent firm Meta, went down for two hours owing to a technical fault. Yesterday, hundreds of thousands of people worldwide were hit by the offline state of social networks.

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