Is Facebook Messenger unavailable?
As of November 19, Facebook Messenger is unavailable, preventing users from sending or receiving messages.
The problems started on November 1st and will continue until November 3rd, 2021.
A technical issue has caused Facebook Messenger to go down.
According to DownDetector, 42% of people had trouble sending messages, 13% had trouble with the website, and 44% had trouble with the app.
Several users have previously reported the app crashing while attempting to open it.
Others have complained that Messenger is dropping their calls and messages.
“Can’t send/receive messages,” one user on DownDector wrote.
I logged out and back in, and now I’m unable to see any of my messages….”
The problems with Facebook Messenger and other apps appear to be sporadic.
Some say “it’s back up,” while others say “it’s down again.”
Some users claim that the popular messaging app’s web version is still operational.
Users who have attempted to update the app claim that it closes down when they try to use it.
To get the app to work, one user suggested deleting and reinstalling it.
Facebook has yet to respond to any reports that the app isn’t working.
The DownDetector is a useful tool for checking if certain services, such as social media platforms and phone lines, are down.
People can report any problems they’re having on the website, which will then generate a live outage map.
It demonstrates the extent of the issue and clarifies whether it is limited to a specific area.
Users can also leave comments and describe their issues.
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