The reports brought back fears of a malfunction in Facebook, similar to what happened about a week ago and lasted 6 hours, as about 3.5 million users were unable to access the platform, along with other affiliated services, including “WhatsApp”, “Instagram” and “Messenger”. .
And on Monday, Facebook’s “Instagram” platform announced that it is testing a feature to notify users of service outages or technical problems directly on the application.
“The test will take place in the United States and will last for a few months,” Instagram said in a blog post.
Earlier on Monday, several users had problems with Instagram, according to user reports on Downdetector.
The platform also plans to roll out a feature that will help make it easier for people to know if their accounts are at risk of being disabled.