This Monday began with problems for the social network Instagram. Thousands of users around the world reported multiple failures: profiles not updating, inability to post content, lost followers, and account suspension.
People who had their accounts temporarily suspended, perhaps the most feared glitch for content creators and community managers, were told it happened because “the account doesn’t follow our community guidelines.” In addition, if they cannot confirm the user’s account, it will be permanently suspended and that, for now, “the account will not be visible to others and cannot be used.” You have 30 days to “disagree.”
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The official account of the social network on Twitter reported: “We’re aware that some of you are having trouble accessing your Instagram account. We’re working on it and apologize for the inconvenience.” It is worth mentioning that a few days ago, the Meta company (which owns Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp) also had problems with this latest instant messaging application.
The hashtag #InstagramDown (Instagram down) was a trend around the world with more than 157,000 tweets on the little bird’s social network.