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Gmail, YouTube outage: users report issues worldwide

Google services such as Gmail and YouTube suffered a major outage on Monday morning, temporarily suspending accounts for users around the world.

Due to the outage, at the beginning of the week, all Google workspace services, including Google Calendar, Google Drive, and Google Meet video conferencing tools, were disabled along with high-tech Titan’s flagship email platform.

Google confirmed the outage on the public status dashboard at 6:55 am and said it had restored service for “some users” about 35 minutes later. The company did not immediately respond to an email asking for the cause of the problem.

“We hope that all users will resolve it in the near future,” Google said in its dashboard.

According to the outage tracking website Downdetector, outages were most widely reported on the east coast of Europe and the United States, but users also reported issues in parts of India, Japan and South America.

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Gmail users received an error message that their account was unavailable when they tried to access their email. According to a Twitter post About the problem. For example, when a post reporter tried to log in to his Gmail account, the service said “Google account was not found”.

The YouTube homepage has also been disabled. Currently, a cartoon image of a monkey holding a hammer shows the message “There was a problem …”.

Google didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment on the issue on Monday.



Gmail, YouTube outage: users report issues worldwide

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