Google Calendar down, Twitterati shares memes
Navigating to google.calendar.com and the app presented users with a 'Not Found Error 404' message. Netizens took to Twitter to react to this situation by sharing hilarious memes
New Delhi: Users across various parts of the globe, including India, could not access 'Google Calendar' on Tuesday evening. Navigating to google.calendar.com and the app presented users with a 'Not Found Error 404' message. Google, on its G Suite Status Dashboard, said: "We're investigating reports of an issue with Google Calendar. We will provide more information shortly.
Google Calander is down and every office worker be like: pic.twitter.com/Ob3pM4d98f— Nathan Scott (@realbuddhascott) June 18, 2019
Google Calander is down— Evan Warwick (@EvanWarwick55) June 18, 2019
My office: pic.twitter.com/DEeByxTyEW
Google Calander is down and now I don't know what to do with my life pic.twitter.com/3Fe8xp5ij1— Mike Rosales (@Mr_Extravagant_) June 18, 2019
LIVE: Me when Google Calander is down. pic.twitter.com/mGv6Y9RwbJ— Patrick Kelly (@PatGKelly) June 18, 2019
Google Calander is down. Can’t function. pic.twitter.com/mCc38xIEom— Devin Reaves (@Devin_Reaves) June 18, 2019
The affected users are unable to access Google Calendar".
Netizens took to social media website Twitter to complain about the outage. While many referred to the disruption as 'snow day', many others shared GIFs of chaotic workplaces to express how their day was like without the popular scheduling solution. Interestingly, the disruption occurred a few hours after Google G Suite tweeted about 'Scheduling made simpler with @googlecalendar'.
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