Users on Twitter are informed that they have exceeded their daily tweet limit due to an outage.
Twitter is a powerful tool for staying up to date on the latest news and events. In addition to providing a way for people to communicate with one another, Twitter also allows users to share short updates and videos. Unfortunately, even the most well-intentioned Twitter users can wind up breaking the site’s Twitter limits. This happened recently to a number of users who were not aware of their daily tweet limit. As a result, these users were limited in the amount of tweets they could post in one day. This limitation has now been lifted for all users, but it’s still important to be aware of your Twitter limits so that you don’t accidentally wind up exceeding them.
On Wednesday, technical issues with the website prevented some Twitter users from tweeting.
Twitter users are informed that they have exceeded their daily tweet limit due to an outage. The website was unavailable for a significant period of time on Wednesday, July 5. While some users were able to tweet normally, others were not able to do so because of the technical issues.
The issue was discovered by the outage-tracking website DownDetector just before 22:00 GMT.
On July 21st, 2018, Twitter users around the world were notified that they had exceeded their daily tweet limit. This limit was set at 280 characters and was implemented in an effort to reduce toxicity on the platform. DownDetector, a website that tracks outages, discovered this issue just before 22:00 GMT. At the time of writing, there are still some users who are affected by this limit.
Even if they had not posted on Wednesday, some users claimed that they were notified by Twitter that they had exceeded the daily limit of 2,400 tweets.
On Wednesday, Twitter users across the globe were notified that they had exceeded their daily tweet limit due to an outage. Some users claimed that they had been notified by Twitter that they had exceeded the limit even if they had not posted anything on Wednesday. Some users speculated that this was done in order to prevent people from tweeting about the outage. Regardless of why Twitter chose to do this, it caused a lot of confusion and frustration among its user base.
DownDetector also reported a YouTube outage that reportedly impacted 65,000 users at its peak.
DownDetector, a service that monitors online outages, reported on Twitter that users were experiencing an outage that impacted 65,000 users at its peak. The cause of the outage is unknown, but DownDetector suggests it may have been related to YouTube.