May 13, 2021
Technology News

Reddit seems to be back after an almost hour-long outage – The Verge

Its status page showed a partial outage on Tuesday afternoon
Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge
Reddit had a bit of a blip on Tuesday afternoon, going down for almost an hour. According to Reddits status page, the issues started around 1:56PM ET. At 2:17PM ET, Downdetector reports spiked, with around 45,000 users reporting problems connecting to its homepage and subreddits. Staff here at The Verge were also unable to load the site, with some getting a blank homepage and others experiencing…

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