Twitter has stated that the problems with photos and links on its platform have been fixed.
Many users on the social network were on late Monday unable to read links and images because of “an internal change.”
The problems started around Monday evening, according to complaints by the independent site monitoring firm Downdetector.
“Some parts of Twitter may not be working as expected right now,” the company said in a tweet.
“We made an internal change that had some unintended consequences. We’re working on this now and will share an update when it’s fixed.”
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This most recent disruption occurred approximately a week after Elon Musk cut more than 200 workers in the organization’s most recent round of layoffs.
Many worried that Twitter would gradually disintegrate when Elon Musk acquired control of the social network in October and sacked thousands of staff. Twitter has had problems in recent months, but this isn’t the first time.
Several components of the social network, including the timeline, were damaged just a few days ago for users everywhere. Twitter started informing users last month that they had exceeded their “daily rate limit,” and another glitch prevented users from following other users.