LinkedIn said it's investigating issues that appear to be affecting users in North America
- The company says it is investigating reports of problems.
Outagesappear to be clustered in US cities.
LinkedIn users are reporting outages on the career networking website.
According to LinkedIn's status page, the company is investigating the issue. "We are currently experiencing an issue across the platform that may cause some API requests to take longer or fail unexpectedly. We are investigating the issue and working on a resolution," the page reads.
"We know some members are experiencing an issue with accessing LinkedIn on mobile and desktop. We're working on this as we speak and will provide updates as we have them" LinkedIn told Insider in an email.
Down Detector, a website that monitors outages on various sites, shows a huge spike in problem reports in the last hour. Down Detector's map shows outages clustered in cities around North America, and commenters are reporting issues in Europe as well.
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