People around the world experienced issues accessing Instagram, something that reports show happens more often than you might think.
Slack users today have been reporting outages with the workplace communication platform today (February 22).
Slack said customers may be experiencing trouble with connectivity and other services, and apologized for the issues.
Forget Kim Kardashian, these outages really broke the internet.
According to plenty of people on Twitter, if Slack's down for a certain amount of time, then we're all off the hook for the workday.
The workplace messaging app has been hit by a raft of problems with users unable to send or receive messages, connect to the platform or share files.
The workplace chat app appeared to be suffering connectivity problems today, potentially causing issues for those working remotely.
"Some workspaces might be experiencing issues with messages sending and loading. Our team is on the case," a Slack notice read. "We'll report back once we have an update to share."
"People are sending things once but it's coming up 2-3 times," one Slack user complained on Twitter as the workplace chat app went into meltdown.
Numerous social media users claimed messages were not being sent.
Slack said it was working to fix the issues as quickly as possible.
Outages have been reported at the popular workplace chat application, with messages not being sent.
"We're sorry for the trouble today. Our team is investigating now. We'll have things back to normal ASAP!" the company said on Twitter.
The tech giant is looking to reach beyond its approximately 1.35 billion monthly active users.