LinkedIn is currently affected globally, affecting mobile and desktop users. The Microsoft-owned social network first began to have problems around 2PM Eastern Time, and LinkedIn has confirmed that it is working to bring the site back online.
“Some members may have problems accessing LinkedIn on mobile and desktop computers,” the LinkedIn Twitter post said. “We are working on this when we speak and will provide updates as needed.”
Some members may have problems accessing LinkedIn on mobile and desktop. As we speak, we are working hard to resolve this issue and will provide updates when there are updates. thank you for your patience!
— LinkedIn Help (@LinkedInHelp) February 23, 2021
For LinkedIn, it’s rare to encounter interruptions, and it’s not clear why there are problems with today’s services. In January last year, LinkedIn encountered a wide range of problems when users were unable to post to the service or establish new connections. Today’s outages are affecting the entire website, so for most users, it doesn’t load at all.
We have contacted LinkedIn for more details and we will update you accordingly. If you are waiting for all your important emails to connect to the professional network, you only need to know that the problem has been resolved.