Google Calendar stopped working for many clients approximately 10:22 a.m. EST on Tuesday, June 18. The G Suite Status Dashboard marked a service disruption for Google Calendar at that time but doesn’t specify the cause of the issue, and whether any Google Calendar users can access the service.
The app and website seems to have broken for unexplained reasons.
Rather than seeing their schedule, clients simply observe a generally old-fashioned error message, making clear the site is broken.
“Not Found,” it reads. “Error 404.”
The issue was especially focused in the UK, mainland Europe and the US, with certain issues reported in South America, as per the following site Downdetector. The blackout is probably going to be worldwide yet the rest of the world is still asleep.
The issue was especially engaged in the UK, terrain Europe and the US, with certain issues revealed in South America, as indicated by the following site Downdetector. The blackout is probably going to be worldwide however the remainder of the world is still snoozing.
Google’s status page, which is supposed to track outages across its products, had initially kept a message up saying that Google Calendar is still working. But at the time of publication it had been changed to acknowledge the issue and say it was being worked on.
“We’re investigating reports of an issue with Google Calendar,” it read.
“We will provide more information shortly. The affected users are unable to access Google Calendar.”
The blackout came only an hour after Google’s G Suite account had posted about how using Calendar makes scheduling “simpler”.
No other Google products appear to be affected, with apps and sites like Gmail and Google Docs still loading as normal.
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