Links stopped working, some users could not log in, and other individuals’ photos were not loading on Twitter on Monday.
As Elon Musk drastically reduced its employees, the firm, which has recently seen an increase in instability and glitches, stated that “Certain portions of Twitter may not be performing as intended right now.
We changed something internally, and some unexpected things happened as a result. As soon as we have a solution, we will post an update.
Since Musk sacked most of the employees responsible for maintaining Twitter operational, engineers and industry experts have warned that the platform is at a heightened danger of fraying. Users were unable to post tweets just last month due to a problem.
Since over two-thirds of the San Francisco-based company’s pre-Musk core services engineers appear to have left, engineers who left Twitter have already explained to The Associated Press why they anticipate significant unhappiness for Twitter’s more than 230 million users.
Even though they don’t foresee a near-term collapse, the experts warned that Twitter might become exceedingly unreliable — mainly if Musk makes significant modifications without conducting adequate off-platform testing.