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WhatsApp down in India online status privacy settings face issues



new Delhi. A messaging service suddenly went down in India on Friday evening. In the late evening, thousands of users complained that they were facing problems regarding their privacy settings and status. According to the portal down detector, which monitors such services, more than 66 per cent jump in complaints related to the downfall of service has been seen since late Friday evening. At the same time, there has been a sharp increase in complaints related to connection. According to the down detector, this problem has been seen in many other places besides India.

As the problem started in WhatsApp, users have shared their problems using Twitter. Currently, the #WhatsAppDown trend is happening in India, in which thousands of tweets are giving users information about the problem in WhatsApp. On Twitter, people have shared screenshots of WhatsApp, according to which privacy settings are not changing. At the same time, the last scene status has also been complained of not working.

Earlier on June 16, Facebook and Instagram also saw problems in many parts of the world. Instagram users were unable to post their messages. In the first week of April, Facebook and Instagram went down on personal computers and desktops in the UK. Along with this, Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp were down in North and South America and many places in Europe on 2 April.

This post was published on June 20, 2020 12:22 am

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