Zoom is back online after an hour-long outage that left thousands unable to use the video conferencing service
- According to Down Detector, the problems started around 16:25 GMT
- More than 40,000 reports have been registered in the US and 3,000 in the UK
- Zoom has confirmed that the issue is now resolved
Zoom is back online after an hour-long hiatus that left thousands unable to use the video conferencing app.
According to Down Detector, the problems started around 16:25 GMT, and affected users around the world.
More than 40,000 reports have been registered on the US version of Down Detector, while more than 3,000 Britons have also reported problems.
Zoom tweeted: “We are aware of the issues currently affecting Zoom. Our engineering team is investigating this matter.
However, it has since confirmed that everything should now work as normal.
“Everything should be working properly now! We are continuing to monitor the situation. Thank you all for your patience and our sincere apologies for the outage,” she added in a follow-up tweet.
Zoom is back online after an hour-long outage that left thousands unable to use the video conferencing app
Zoom tweeted: “We are aware of the issues currently affecting Zoom. Our engineering team is investigating this matter.”
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While the reason for the outage remains unclear, among those who reported problems in the US, 59 percent said they had problems joining conferences, 28 percent had trouble connecting to the server, and 13 percent struggled to sign in.
Several Zoom users have taken to Twitter to discuss the power outage.
One user wrote: “Zoom in down is like the equivalent of an adult snow day in the WFH universe.”
Another added: ‘Zoomis down! Everyone rejoices in their sudden free time.
And one joked: “ZOOM IS DOWN WOW, we’ve come this far in the pandemic but it has finally happened.”
While most people hadn’t heard of Zoom before the pandemic, it has become a video conferencing service.
According to Earth Web, Zoom now has 350 million daily meeting participants.
Zoom isn’t the only platform having issues today.
Earlier, TikTok crashed to millions of people around the world for about an hour.