If you’re experiencing scheduling problems on Twitter, you’re not alone. That’s because Tweetdeck is experiencing widespread performance issues.
Many social media users have even taken to their platforms to voice their concern, with some thinking that Twitter had removed Tweetdeck entirely.
Twitter users, including yours truly, were redirected to Twitter when trying to access Tweetdeck. A common complaint among users is that they were alerted that their accounts were no longer authorised to use Tweetdeck. Well, at least we’re all in the same boat here.
The outage isn’t just occurring in the US and Europe but in Asia as well. When contacted, Twitter answered that it was unaware of the issue and has carried out investigation. It is currently unclear why the site is down and for how long it will be unavailable.
In case you’ve been living under a rock, TweetDeck is a platform that “offers a more convenient Twitter experience by letting you view multiple timelines in one easy interface. It includes a host of advanced features to help get the most of Twitter: Manage multiple Twitter accounts, schedule Tweets for posting in the future, build Tweet collections, and more.”