Instagram is one of the most popular and used social platforms in the world. Millions of people log into the app every day to check for new posts from their followers or keep in touch with others.
Instagram posts are particularly focused on multimedia content. Unlike other platforms where text is the star, all Instagram posts are graphic (always include images or videos).
Previously, the platform was limited to posts only but later received private messaging capabilities. This change has made it a vital communication tool for millions of users.
Sure, details about the platform’s outage status are especially important to many. Therefore, in this tracker, we will track those moments when Instagram crashes or stops working in 2023 for any reason.
Below are some instructions that will help you go through this tracker easily:
That’s it for the instructions.
Note: Our team is trying to keep this tracker updated with all the latest information. However, if and when you feel something is missing, incorrect, or needs to be added, please don’t hesitate to tip us in the comments or by email.
Update 18 [June 29; 08:24] Service down or unavailable again (1, 2).
A. [16:13] Platform outage now fixed.
Update 17 [June 28; 08:22] New platform outage reported (12).
A. [14:20] Last outage apparently fixed.
A. [15:00] Last service outage already fixed.
A. [13:30] Instagram is working properly again.
A. [16:30] Instagram stories already work fine.
Update 12 [May 22; 08:40] Already recent worldwide outage (about 4-5 hours). fixed.
Update 10 [May 18; 08:35] Users are unable to see the “View” counter in their Stories.
Update 9 [Apr. 21; 10:22] Some users report a new outage on the platform (1,2).
A. [12:47]: The recent outage has been resolved.
A. [17:10]: The servers are working properly again.
Update 5 [Mar. 30; 18:10] The servers are back up and running.
A. [11:20]: Last server outage already fixed.
A. [13:00]: The servers are working properly again.
Update 1 [Jan. 11; 12:26]: The service is reportedly down or not working for some.
A. [19:14]: The recent outage appears to be resolved now.
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