LinkedIn is currently down all over the world, and affects users on both mobile and desktop PCs. The Microsoft-owned social network first began experiencing issues around 2:00 PM ET, and LinkedIn has confirmed that they are working to bring the site back online.
“Some members may experience a problem accessing LinkedIn on mobile and desktop PCs,” says a Twitter post on LinkedIn. “We are working on this as we speak, and will provide updates as we have them.”
Some members may have difficulty accessing LinkedIn on mobile and desktop PCs. We are working on this as we speak, and will provide updates as we have them. Thank you for your patience!
LinkedIn Help (@LinkedInHelp) February 23, 2021
It is rare that LinkedIn experiences outcomes, and it is not clear why the service has problems today. LinkedIn last experienced extensive problems in January last year, when users could not post to the service or establish new connections. Today’s power outage affects the entire site, so it does not load for most users at all.
We have contacted LinkedIn for more information and we will update you accordingly. If you are waiting for the important email to connect to the professional network, you just know that the issues are being addressed.