- Popular micro-blogging app Twitter seems to be creating problems for most users worldwide as they report logout errors and other failures.
- Several users around the world are taking to the platform to report multiple issues ranging from search terms and tweets failing to load, retrieving tweets, and more, especially at the time of refreshing their homepage.
The services of microblogging site Twitter came to a standstill on Friday. About 40,000 users were affected by this. Today, the company has tweeted that at 6.21 am on April 17, it is written that tweets are not being loaded for some users in you. We are working on this problem and it will be fixed soon.
Tweets may not be loading for some of you. We’re working on fixing a problem and you’ll be back on the timeline soon.
— Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) April 17, 2021
According to a report on Friday, 40,000 users filed a complaint about the problem facing the Twitter platform.
The new feature is coming soon on Twitter
For your information, let us know that Twitter is going to launch a new feature for its users soon. Through the new feature, users will be able to watch YouTube videos on their own timeline. The company believes that this new feature will make it easier for users to watch videos.
New features of Twitter are currently being tested in the US, Japan, Canada, and Saudi Arabia. IOS users will be able to use this feature. It is expected that the feature will be made available to Android users soon. A Twitter spokesperson said that we will be testing the new feature for four weeks and based on the results, a decision will be taken regarding the launch of the feature. Apart from this, not much information has been received.
The term you entered did not bring up any results. Please try again later.” and “Cannot retrieve Tweets at this time. Please try again later.” This seems to be the most common issue, and it seems, the bigger issue wherein users are witnessing logout errors is limited to the desktop app, and not the Twitter app for Android and iOS. Interestingly, it appears it is still possible to Tweet using the mobile app and non-first-party services like TweetDeck.
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