Gmail services disrupted; netizens troll with hilarious memes


Team Udayavani, Aug 20, 2020, 3:36 PM IST

New Delhi: Google’s email service, Gmail, is facing disruption in service since Thursday, August 20 morning, affecting some users in various parts of the world.

Netizens across the globe who are tired of waiting for Gmail to work have been sharing the distress caused by this while some users are sharing memes on social media. Hashtags like #Gmail, #Gmaildown are trending on twitter as well.

Here are some of the tweets.

The company is yet to specify a reason for the outage. According to the G Suite status dashboard, Google is “investigating reports of an issue with Gmail”.

Reportedly, in an update, it said: “We are continuing to investigate this issue. We will provide an update by August 20, 1330 hours (IST), detailing when we expect to resolve the problem”.

As per the dashboard, other Google services like Google Drive, Google Docs, and Google Meet have also been affected.

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