LinkedIn is available again after a temporary disruption yesterday to the website and application of this professional social network.
According to RayaBranding, the monitoring site Down Detector announced that on Wednesday approximately 15,000 users reported a problem accessing the LinkedIn social network.
Down Detector monitors website and service outages by collecting reports from multiple sources, including submitting user error reports. Probably a large number of users have faced this problem.
LinkedIn, which is owned by Microsoft, wrote on Twitter, “I’m sorry if you had trouble viewing LinkedIn today.” We are moving again.
However, according to a Reuters report, a large number of users in the US reported problems accessing LinkedIn’s website.
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