- Google says all of Google’s services have been restored and installed
- YouTube, Gmail and all other services were shut down for about an hour-and-a-half
- Outage report started at 4:30 pm (PST)
Google’s services – YouTube, Google Meet, Hangouts, Google Maps, Google Calendar, Chatty AI, Google Sheets and Gmail – are now accessible to users.
Services faced an out-of-the-hour-outage and it was inac accessed for users; However, Google has said they have been reinstalled.
“We will continue to work towards restoring the service for the remaining affected users […] Please make sure the reliability of the system is a priority over Google and we are constantly improving to make our systems better, “said a message on the Google Workspace Status Dashboard.
However, it is not yet clear why the services were accessed.
“We’re sorry, but your account is temporarily unavailable. We apologize for the inconvenience and suggest retrying in a few minutes. You can see the G Suite Status Dashboard for the current status of the service,” he said as he read the message from Gmail below.
The outage affected all of Google’s services: Gmail, Google Drive and its products were experiencing problems. However, the Google search page was working normally.
Google Gust suffered a major setback for Google, which also took down its online services and YouTube’s suite. Its products also experienced an outage last month.
Responding to the development, Team YouTube said it would update users as more news came.
“We know many of you are having trouble accessing YouTube right now – our team is awake and looking for it. We’ll update you here as soon as we get more news.”
In the same way Downdoctor, A website that collects status reports from a range of sources, including Twitter, and reports that the outage began at about 4:20 (Pakistan Standard Time).
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