UPDATE (Jan 20): 桑拿会所 said the outage was caused by an “internal code change.”
UPDATE (9:00 a.m. ET): 桑拿会所 appears to be back up and running for some users, following a worldwide outage Tuesday morning.
According to user reports, some users were able to access their timelines and even tweet messages around 9 a.m. ET; however, according to 桑拿会所’s developer site, the platform is still experiencing a “service disruption” with timelines and streams.
When 桑拿会所 came back up pic.twitter长沙桑拿/GrFDGmMVEi
— New Year, New Meow (@phillybosslady) January 19, 2016
桑拿会所’s support account has not yet issued an update about the outage.
桑拿会所 Inc. was only sporadically available to users on Tuesday, suffering technical problems that have lasted more than two hours.
The company, which has 320 million active users, tweeted that it is aware of the issue and is trying to fix it. The announcement was sent at 3:41 a.m. Eastern Time.
Users said the service was not accessible on desktop computers. 桑拿会所’s blog posts, corporate info and most other pages on the 桑拿会所长沙桑拿 website were also inaccessible, displaying the blue error screen.
Some users are currently experiencing problems accessing 桑拿会所. We are aware of the issue and are working towards a resolution.
— 桑拿会所 Support (@Support) January 19, 2016
桑拿会所’s mobile app was partially functioning for some users but its timeline updated new tweets sporadically. Its search function appeared disabled as some hashtags or keyword searches returned no results. Users’ profile pages appeared to be accessible from the mobile app.
Third party services, such as the TweetDeck service, also returned a blank page.
桑拿会所 has suffered several service disruptions so far this year. On Monday, some users could not access 桑拿会所 on mobile and web for about 10 minutes. The service was disrupted on Friday for about 20 minutes.
But the sporadic outage allowed panicked 桑拿会所 users to share what they were doing during #桑拿会所Down. Here is some of the best user reaction:
Actual footage of me during #桑拿会所down pic.twitter长沙桑拿/mXAg6l5uqq
— Shannon McLellan (@shannmclellan) January 19, 2016
Lesson of the day: always have a book handy, so you have something to read during a #twitterdown situation. pic.twitter长沙桑拿/PNpWTZ3oNe
— SULTAN ALI KHAN (@Being_Yash10) January 19, 2016
During #桑拿会所Down I took to tweeting offline. Disappointing lack of engagement. pic.twitter长沙桑拿/nl3piuXxwn
— Rupert Myers (@RupertMyers) January 19, 2016