A collective scream was noticed across the internet Wednesday, as quite a few people were faced with the same shocking reality: Google Docs was down. Â
Docs, part of a suite associated with Google products, appeared to experience black outs Wednesday afternoon â? with Lower Detector reporting widespread problems with Search engines Drive across the U. S.
We reached out to Google to get comment, and the company pointed all of us to a statement on its Gary the gadget guy Suite page.
“We’re conscious of a problem with Google Docs impacting a significant subset of users, inch reads the message. “The impacted users are unable to access Google Documents. We will provide an update by 11/15/17, 2: 30 PM detailing whenever we expect to resolve the problem. Please note this resolution time is an estimate and may even change. “
Clearly, the company is usually working to fix the problem. However , until it can, everyone that has grown dependent on Documents will just have to continue to freak out. Â
UPDATE: Nov. 15, 2017, two: 24 p. m. PST According to Google, Docs is once more up and running. Â
“The problem with Search engines Docs should be resolved, ” the business wrote in an update. “We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your own patience and continued support. Make sure you rest assured that system reliability is really a top priority at Google, and we make continuous improvements to make our techniques better. “
Unfortunately, that means you will no longer have an excuse to put off focusing on that term paper. Â
This story has been updated with Google’s statements, and the headline has been up-to-date to note that service is no longer lower.