popular video platforms Youtube After being down for a long time, it is gone now. Alphabet Inc.’s YouTube said on Wednesday it has fixed an issue that disrupted online video sharing and some features for thousands of users on the social media platform. YouTube tweeted, “All right – you are now able to log in, switch between accounts and use the account menu and navigation bar across all services (YouTube, YouTube TV, YouTube Music, YouTube Studio) and devices.” Huh.’
Meanwhile, around 10,000 users reported service issues on DownDetector. Downdetector is a website that tracks outages by users on its platform by linking status reports from multiple sources, including errors.
Getting reports from around the that some of you are having trouble with certain features across YouTube services (eg logging in, switching accounts & using the navigation bar) – we’re aware & working on a fix.
Sharing updates as we have them here → https://t.co/wOtEBLiWAC
— TeamYouTube (@TeamYouTube) April 12, 2022
YouTube tweeted during the troubles that users are having trouble logging in, changing accounts and using the navigation bar. Not only this, some people on Twitter also shared their problems by sharing memes.
— malek (@firstdeadpoet) April 12, 2022
Anyone else having issues with @YouTube , I’ve just had a “too many accounts error” and now after finally getting back into my account there are no options on the left hand side. pic.twitter.com/AiqgcTKdp3
— SpicySqueese (@SpicySqueese) April 12, 2022