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UPDATED: Slack Undergoes Outage And Eventually Claims To Have Fixed It
17:51 – A report on Slack’s site guarantees that the issue has been detached and a fix implemented.
“We’re happy to report that workspaces should be able to connect again, as we’ve isolated the problem. Some folks may need to refresh (Ctrl + R or Cmd + R). If you’re still experiencing issues, please drop us a line at @firstname.lastname@example.org,” it says.
Folks should be able to connect to Slack again. We’re sorry for the disruption. https://t.co/uQIDJzyLSV
— Slack (@SlackHQ) June 27, 2018
Original Story Below:
Texting and coordinated effort platform Slack is at present enduring a worldwide blackout.
A few users have been constrained disconnected, while others report seeing a ceaselessly rehashing message expressing that the platform is endeavoring to reconnect them.
Slack declared at around 8:30 a.m. focal on Wednesday that network issues are influencing all workspaces.
“We’re investigating connectivity issues for all workspaces, thanks for your patience, we’ll have updates shortly. “
“Our team is still looking into the cause of the connectivity issues, and we’ll continue to update you on our progress,” it posted approximately 30 minutes later.”
We’re investigating connectivity issues for all workspaces, thanks for your patience, we’ll have updates shortly. https://t.co/uQIDJzyLSV— Slack (@SlackHQ) June 27, 2018
Numerous users have likewise taken to Twitter to share their tension at the outage.
How am I supposed to tell my team that Slack is down when I don’t have Slack to tell them at Slack is down?— Justin Karp (@jskarp) June 27, 2018
At the point when asked how it was doing, Slack stated, “Not so good right now.”
Thanks for checking in! Not so good right now — but, we’re working on it. 😅— Slack (@SlackHQ) June 27, 2018