Zoom app that found its fame during the Coronavirus pandemic has been reported for being down. The users of this social media application have started reporting issues on social media websites. The issues included problems with audio, video, allowing people to enter into meetings or logging in their accounts.
According to Downdetector, Zoom is having major outage problems from May 17 since 9 AM, mainly in the UK. The problem came to light after churches attempted to hold their Sunday services on the Zoom app. However, people from several other regions did not find the same issues occurring for them, and so it seems that the problems are only limited to specific regions.
But, Zoom has acknowledged the problem and has been working on it. Recently, the social platform announced that the problem has been resolved and people can use the platform again. The organisation has apologised for the inconvenience caused due to the outage and asked its users who were facing issues to host, join, and participate in Zoom Meetings and Zoom Video Webinars to restart their sessions.
Zoom users impacted by this issue should now be able to host, join & participate in Zoom Meetings & Zoom Video Webinars if they restart their sessions. We continue to assess & monitor. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this might have caused.— Zoom (@zoom_us) May 17, 2020