Twitter says its dashboard TweetDeck is back online after a brief outage Monday.
“We are aware that some people are having issues with loading TweetDeck. Our team is working to resolve the issue, and we’ll share more updates on this thread!” TweetDeck noted at 11:53 a.m PT.
As of 12:22 p.m. PT, TweetDeck said it was back online. “We apologize for the disruption and thanks for your patience,” it said on Twitter.
Earlier Monday, Twitter was flooded with complaints that TweetDeck was down.
One user said he was being directed to regular Twitter when trying to log in. Others were being served up internal server error messages or, if they were already logged in to TweetDeck, they noted that “all kinds of stuff doesn’t work.”
Outage Report said there were “issues at TweetDeck,” with almost 400 reports just within 20 minutes. Down Detector said there were “problems at Twitter.”
“Can’t seem to log in to @Tweetdeck right now. I get this screen when I try and if I click log in, it just goes back to the same screen,” one user tweeted at 11:22 a.m.
“Sorry, something went wrong. Please try again later. (Internal Server Error),” another tweeted at around the same time.
“I hope the devs are aware of this issue, because it’s not looking good for Tweetdeck,” another said.
TweetDeck users were also complaining about being forced to use the regular Twitter site.
First published July 1 at 11:54 a.m. PT.
Updated at 1:03 p.m. PT: Adds that TweetDeck is now back online.