Facebook, Instagram back up after outage, company confirms

Facebook, Instagram back up after outage, company confirms

Facebook, Instagram back up after outage, company confirms

Facebook acknowledged via Twitter that it was aware some users could not access its site and other apps it owns, such as Instagram.

Facebook Messenger has crashed, with users around the world complaining they are unable to login or send messages.

Just last week, Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram users around the world were left in a "total blackout" for almost an hour after the site crashed early on Nov 12.

Multiple users said that heading to Facebook's home page showed only a "service unavailable" message.

The outage comes at a particularly sensitive time for the company.

"We're aware that some people are now having trouble accessing the Facebook family of apps".

We first heard in June that Facebook was working on a feature to help you track and manage the amount of time you spent in its mobile app.

Tweeted banter included jokes about people actually getting work done, meeting one another in real life, or flocking to Twitter while not being able to get to Facebook.

Do you remember when Facebook was down about a week ago?

"Earlier today, a routine test caused users to have trouble accessing or posting to all Facebook services including WhatsApp and Instagram".

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