Think of the time, you woke up in the morning and tried to log in to your Facebook account and you got an error message. This is exactly what happened in the U.S. the social networking giant suffered an outage which makes users complaining that they can’t access the service.
According to the report of Down Detector, more than half of Facebook users in the US reported “total blackout” outages this morning, with around 30% of them could not able to login into their account. The problem was obvious when users tried to log in to their account and they get the message as: “Sorry, something went wrong. We are working on this and we will try to fix it as soon as we can.” On mobile apps also, an error popped up stating that something has gone wrong.
According to news channels, the outage has an effect on many parts of the U.S. Company has tried to solve the issue in a very short span of time and many users as of mid-day have reported that they are able to access their accounts again, it is a second time that another misfire has happened on the website in 2018.
Twitter is always counted as a place where Facebook users rush to express when Facebook goes down.
In a statement provided by a Facebook, spokesperson said the outage was the result of a “routine test, A routine test caused users to have trouble logging or using all Facebook services including WhatsApp and Instagram. We quickly investigated the issue and restored access for everyone. We’re sorry for the inconvenience caused.”