On Wednesday, many Twitter users were unable to tweet, receiving the message “You are over the daily limit for sending Tweets.” Yesterday, Twitter users began receiving the pop-up notification “You are over the daily limit for sending Tweets” each time they attempted to tweet something.
The notification was described as a glitch that probably occurred as a result of the website’s high traffic, preventing users from tweeting. According to DownDetector, the glitch first occurred around 22:00 GMT.
Even though they hadn’t tweeted for the entire day, users claimed to have received a notification stating that they had exceeded the daily limit of 2,400 tweets.
Users vented their displeasure with Twitter and its CEO Elon Musk, claiming that the outage was caused by a reduction in the number of employees.
Cases of any such kind were ignored and the web-based entertainment organization before long fixed the error since numerous clients detailed that they can now tweet once more.
For some of you, Twitter may not be working as expected. I’m sorry for the hassle. In response to the initial report of the outage, Twitter stated, “We’re aware and working on getting this fixed.”
Users also reported a variety of issues, including broken access to Twitter messages and even Tweet Deck, in addition to not being able to tweet.
This was not the first time that users had complained about issues with platform; in the past few weeks, numerous users had complained about bugs and claimed that their reach increased when they locked their accounts on Twitter.
The platform is currently focusing on enhancing stability in the face of an outage as well as bugs. According to reports, Elon Musk, the chief executive officer of Twitter, has instructed employees to put development features on hold “in favor of maximizing system stability and robustness, especially with the Super Bowl coming up.”