Social media platform LinkedIn came to a standstill, and thousands of users faced problems; Company restored service

Social media platform LinkedIn came to a standstill, and thousands of users faced problems; Company restored service

The world's popular social media platform LinkedIn's app and website saw an outage on Wednesday. It lasted for some time, then the problem was resolved by the company.

According to the report, earlier during the day, around 15,000 users on LinkedIn had complained about the app and website not working. This was followed by a tweet from LinkedIn, which said that we are sorry for the problems being faced by users on LinkedIn's app and website. We are working on this problem.

The news agency reported that according to DownDetector, around 15,000 people had reported complaints about the problems being faced by the social media platform. DownDetector is a website that records and tracks social media outages around the world.

Americans most affected
On LinkedIn's website, users were facing many problems. Most complaints were seen from US users. According to media reports, earlier in June also, LinkedIn faced an outage. At that time there was a problem with the server not being able to locate.

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Social media platform LinkedIn is part of the world's leading technology company Microsoft. The company was acquired by Microsoft in 2016 for $26.2 billion.
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