Microsoft’s Teams services were restored on Saturday after a disruption blocked access to the messaging platform.
“After extended monitoring and mitigation efforts, we’ve confirmed that our Microsoft Teams service and features have been restored or have returned to optimal health,” Microsoft said in its post on X, formerly known as Twitter.
On Friday, a number of users reported problems with the texting app. Over 14,000 occurrences were reported at the afternoon peak of complaints, according to Downdetector.com, an outage tracking website. On Saturday, all of the situations seemed to have been handled.
The business had previously declared that it was carrying out a failover after discovering a networking problem affecting a section of the Teams service.
Professionals frequently utilize Microsoft Teams, which is a component of the well-liked 365 software package, to arrange online meetings, communicate, and share files, among other things.
By compiling status updates from many sources, such as user-submitted problems on its platform, Downdetector keeps track of outages.