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Facebook and Instagram are down globally, users complain of being logged out of their accounts

Facebook and Instagram

Facebook and Instagram down: Users worldwide couldn’t refresh their feeds or send any messages. Mark Zuckerberg led Meta said they are taking care of the issue.

Facebook, Instagram, Threads, and Messenger – platforms taken care of by Meta – were down for over an hour on Tuesday night for thousands of users in India and a few other countries.

According to the reports, more than 300,000 people reported outages on Facebook and more than 20,000 on Instagram. A few users were logged out of their Facebook accounts, and due to the outage, they couldn’t log back in.

“Earlier today, a technical issue caused people difficulty accessing some of our services. We resolved the issue as quickly as possible for everyone impacted, and we apologize for any inconvenience,” Meta representative Andy Stone wrote in a post on the social media site X on Tuesday.

Instagram and Facebook Server Down

On Tuesday night, social media users overall griped over inescapable outages across several Meta platforms, including Instagram and Facebook not working. Voicing their interests on X, the clients said they couldn’t get to the stage and were naturally logged out of their accounts on Facebook and other platforms.

The DownDetector website showed a spike in graphs showing the widespread outage users were experiencing. According to the reports shown by the outage monitoring service, the service interruption in India began around 8:30 p.m. According to the website, at least 14,857 users flagged difficulty using Facebook, and 32,518 users flagged difficulty using Instagram.

Why Instagram and Facebook is not working?

On Tuesday night, Facebook, Instagram, and Threads users reported that they couldn’t access any of the social media apps. Meta Quest users, too, had issues logging in to their headsets. The outage lasted about an hour; now, all apps work.

When the apps suffered the outage, Elon Musk’s X was flooded with posts from affected people. Musk himself posted a statement on X: “If you’re reading this post, it’s because our servers are working,” mocking his competitor. Then again, some YouTube users likewise reported a blunder in the app, saying they were having issues signing in. The site also showed outages in several different countries, including the US, the United Kingdom, Australia, and Brazil. Facebook users in Nepal likewise griped that they can’t access Facebook or even Facebook Messenger.

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