Twitter Down: X (Formerly Twitter) Back Online After Outage

Twitter Down

August 29th, 2023   |   Updated on June 4th, 2024

Following a disruption in the United States, social media platform X, formerly known as Twitter, has been restored as reported by, a tracking site for outages.

During the disruption, over 18,000 incidents were reported by individuals in the United States, according to Downdetector, which compiles outage reports from various sources, including users.

There was no immediate response from X to a comment request from Reuters.

Numerous users encountered disruptions while utilizing X, previously recognized as Twitter.

Social media platform X down today

Downdetector revealed a surge in issues starting at 7 PM ET on Monday, with users expressing frustration over recurrent outages. One user commented, ‘Here we go again,’ while another remarked, ‘Tweets not loading, UGH.’

The problem reports started diminishing shortly before 8 p.m. and have steadily decreased over the course of the night.

Reported by Nilutpal Timsina in Bengaluru; Edited by Rashmi Aich and Sherry Jacob-Phillips.

Social Media Updates And Reports From X

Despite the Twitter outage, there has been no official response; X (Formerly Twitter) is now operational again as of August 29, 2023.

Update 1 [ 26 September 2023 ]

According to the Downdetector chart, many users are facing issues with the social media micro platform X, formerly known as Twitter. In the last 24 hours, there have been multiple user interactions, as reported by Downdetector.

Update 2 [ 12 October 2023 ]

Late Wednesday night, THOUSANDS of X (formerly Twitter) users faced outages. Issues surged around 4:17 AM IST with 53,572 problem reports on Downdetector. Users complained about app failures, from connection problems on iOS to accounts not existing. Thankfully, the widespread disruption subsided by 7:30 PM IST, with only 450 users still affected.

Update 3 [ 21 December 2023 ]

X, Elon Musk’s social media platform, is experiencing an outage. Is X/Twitter down? The platform displays ‘Welcome to your timeline’ instead of tweets. X/Twitter is currently facing a global outage, and the cause is still unknown.

X - Twitter is currently facing a global outage

Update 4 [ 20 March 2024 ]

Elon Musk’s platform, formerly known as Twitter, is experiencing an outage. Many users are reporting problems, including issues with Twitter servers, malfunctions preventing proper functionality, and DownDetector data confirming disruptions.

Update 5 [ 11 April 2024 ]

Elon Musk’s Microblogging Platform, X, Experiences Outage Across India

There was a glitch on X (formerly Twitter), the social media platform owned by Elon Musk.

Many users had trouble accessing the site, according to Downdetector, a service that monitors online outages by gathering user reports and information from other sources.

This follows recent outages on Meta-owned platforms: WhatsApp and Instagram went down briefly earlier this month, while Facebook, Instagram, Messenger, and Threads all experienced a major outage in March that lasted nearly two hours.

Update 6 [26 April 2024 ]

The social media platform formerly known as Twitter, now X, is experiencing technical difficulties. Users are reporting problems refreshing their feeds on the web version of the platform.

The outage has been reported on popular downtime detector site. There is no official word on the cause of the outage or when it will be resolved.

Update 7 [01 May 2024 ]

Reports indicate widespread issues with X, the social media platform formerly known as Twitter. Downdetector shows 41% of users struggling to access the website, while 57% of mobile app users report being unable to view posts.

Update 8 [04 June 2024 ]

Social Media Site “X” Down for Many Users

As of June 4, 2024, many users are reporting that the social media site “X,” formerly known as Twitter, is experiencing significant issues. Users have reported that “X” has suddenly become very slow, nothing is loading, and attempts to post result in errors. Additionally, many are unable to see their own reposts or new posts.