In a statement Tuesday, Alphabet Inc.’s YouTube said it had fixed problems that had stopped some features from working for a number of its users.
In a tweet, YouTube said, “We’ve fixed everything. You should now be able to log in, switch accounts, and use the account menu and navigation bar across all of our services and devices.”
Over 10,000 people had told Downdetector about problems with the service. The site collects status reports from various sources, including user-submitted errors on its platform.
The problems people had with logging in, switching accounts, and using the navigation bar were what YouTube tweeted about when the service was down.
According to an outage-tracking website, users were also having trouble accessing the live TV service YouTube TV.
The problem with the platform didn’t become clear right away.