Instagram Down, Outage: App Stuck Posting, Will 'Auto-Post' When Possible, Login Issues

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The Instagram app logo is displayed on an iPhone on August 3, 2016 in London, England. Carl Court/Getty Images

Instagram users were reporting issues with the photo and video sharing platform on Wednesday. Many users were having issues posting to their feeds and were seeing a message that said the app would auto-post their photos once it was possible. Other users were reporting that they couldn't log in to the app at all to even try posting.

Users were reporting the issues on Twitter and the reports were also appearing on the website Down Detector. There were over a thousand reports on the site as of Wednesday around 12:15 p.m. EST.

Users wanted to post photos to the app but were unable to.

hi @instagram i have a cute picture i want to post plz get well soon

— harry potter stan account (@kileybarbara) March 13, 2019

Users were seeing the message "Something went wrong" on Instagram when they tried to log in or post. Some users were seeing the same message on Facebook around the same time when they tried to post or log in on Wednesday as well.

@instagram I’m currently unable to log into my account. Is there some kind of technical issue happening currently with IG? I keep getting a pop-up saying “Error - we’re sorry, but something went wrong, please try again.”

— Josh Conrad (@josharoooo) March 13, 2019

Users were wondering if they were blocked by Instagram or if they were simply one of many users dealing with the issues Wednesday.

I think @instagram has blocked me from posting? I keep getting "Something went wrong. Please try again later". What did I do???

— Emmy Kuperschmid 👻 (@Emmykupe_) March 13, 2019

Instagram did not immediately respond to Newsweek's request for comment on the apparent outage or the issues with the platform. The platform had not tweeted anything from its official Twitter account as of 12:35 p.m. EST about the issues.

This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available.