Google Drive is down for many users, and unsurprisingly, people have taken to Twitter to complain about it. We noticed the issues just a few minutes ago, and a check of Google’s App Status Dashboard indicates that it’s not just us. In fact, a check of the outage website IsItDownRightNow reveals that people around the globe are having problems with Google Drive, including the U.S., India, the U.K., Canada, Argentina, Pakistan, and pretty much everywhere else. In the U.S., the problem is coast to coast and everywhere in between.
The Internet giant has indicated that there’s some kind of service disruption with Google Drive, Docs, Sheets and Slides. Google says it is currently investigating the reports of problems with Google Drive and the other services and will give an update when it has more information. So if you see this image in Google Drive, you’re not alone.
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Google tweeted an official statement on the Google Drive problems:
We know something’s up with Drive for the moment. Rest assured, we’re on it and we’ll update soon.
— Google Drive (@googledrive) October 9, 2015
Here are some of the funnier tweets we found from other people complaining about the outages of Google Drive and the other features:
Google drive is down and I have so much work to do that I can’t access pic.twitter.com/HWBfQIDQXj
— HeatherSpookyTurner (@heathnoturn) October 9, 2015
Maybe if @googledrive is down, it shouldn’t include something about productivity in the error message. pic.twitter.com/AyQFZbvVlI
— Mike Tufano (@RealMikeT) October 9, 2015
meanwhile at Google Drive…. pic.twitter.com/unPv1gIzN1 — Cuyler Moon (@cuyler) October 9, 2015
Hey @GoogleDrive, this “file does not exist” message is a fantastic way to terrify your users during an outage. pic.twitter.com/WNg0tMuYRt — Emily Peters (@EmilyFPeters) October 9, 2015
google drive down = entire life collapsing b4 my eyes
— Anzhe Zhang (@an2h3bbxoxo) October 9, 2015