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TechnologyGoogle Calendar Dies One Hour After Google Tweets About How Great It Is

20:01  18 june  2019
20:01  18 june  2019 Source:   gizmodo.com

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Google Calendar Dies One Hour After Google Tweets About How Great It Is© Screenshot: Downdetector

No, it’s not you. Google Calendar really does appear to be down. Navigating to google.calendar.com will present you with a 404 error.

Twitter users began to complain about the outage at approximate 10:05 AM EST and Gizmodo staff has been unable to navigate to Google Calendar from either the US or Canada.

This isn’t even the first outage this month. On June 2nd, Google experienced another, apparently more extreme, outage that took out Calendar, Youtube, and a number of third-party apps.

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Under “Your calendars ,” the main Google Calendar associated with the Google Account and voice linked to Google Home is checked by default. Add a calendar event. Note: Your Assistant asks you to specify the title, date and start time of your event. The default duration is one hour .

We’ve reached out to Google for more details and will update when we know more.

No doubt a coincidence, but the last Tweet sent from Google’s G Suite Twitter account was about how the Calendar app makes scheduling simpler.

Update 10:48am EDT - Google responded to Gizmodo’s inquiry with a link to the G Suite status dashboard. Google is listing the outage as a service disruption and is investigating as of 10:22am EDT.

Update 12:01pm EDT — At 11:40am EDT Google bumped the problem with Google Calendar up from service disruption to service outage. It is still down.

Google Calendar is back after global outage.
Some users got 404 messages instead of meeting and event information. Problems started to crop up early in the morning, and Google tweeted that it was "experiencing a service disruption." Google didn't immediately have a comment on what caused the problem. A message, posted to the G Suite Status Dashboard at 7:22 a.m. PT, said the company was investigating reports of issues with Google Calendar and that affected users were unable to access the service. Google said that "system reliability is a top priority." Users reported trouble opening Google Calendar on desktop as well as mobile devices.

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