YouTube services are down worldwide, YouTube reported today that the service is experiencing a number of difficulties that are affecting users all around the world. After multiple users reported error warnings when trying to watch videos or observed that certain site features were unavailable — such as the sidebar navigation or the Setting menus, for example — the business recognized the service’s issues.
Some users reported being unable to login in or move between profiles on YouTube. Others claimed they couldn’t get YouTube to work on their TV or on their game console.
When attempting to play videos, some users received an error message stating “No Internet Connection” despite having no other connectivity difficulties.
YouTube indicated in a tweet that it is aware of the issues and is working on a solution. The business also stated that the problems were not restricted to a specific geographic location, but rather was worldwide in scope and occurred “across devices.”
YouTube’s tweet included a link to a page that offers a list of the most serious issues that are affecting users, but it’s not an exhaustive list.
Users may be unable to explore YouTube Studio or stream from its live TV service, YouTube TV, due to the issues, according to the company’s Twitter account. Users who attempted to watch YouTube TV via Chromecast and Google TV reported getting locked out and unable to re-login, for example.
Users who claimed that their subscriptions and videos vanished received a response from YouTube’s Twitter account.
So far, YouTube isn’t completely down, and users aren’t having the same issues. However, if you’re encountering problems with YouTube or its applications today, this is most likely the cause.
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YouTube has not officially stated what is causing the issue with its services, although these kinds of semi-outages are frequently caused by underlying technologies, such as cloud services.
Further updates will be sent to the company’s support site at https://support.google.com/youtube/thread/159624032 as they become available. The message was published two hours earlier, but people had been reporting troubles for far longer.
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