Source: Android Central
What you need to know
- A large number of users are reporting issues connecting to G Suite services, including Gmail and Google Drive.
- Data from DownDetector shows the problem is affecting users in India, Australia, Japan, the United States, and a few other countries.
- Google is currently investigating the issue expects to resolve it soon.
Thousands of users across the world are reporting issues with Gmail, Google Drive, and a few other G Suite services. As confirmed by the Google apps status page, services affected by the outage include Gmail, Google Drive, Google Docs, Google Meet, and Google Voice.
While most users seem to be having trouble attaching files in Gmail, some aren't even able to send emails. People are also seeing an error message when trying to upload files to Google Drive.
Google says it is currently investigating reports of issues with Gmail and will "provide more information shortly."
According to the outage map on DownDetector, the problem is affecting users in several countries across the world, including India, Australia, Japan, Germany, Spain, the Netherlands, Malaysia, the United Kingdom, and the U.S.
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