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Slack went down, and naturally workers ran to Twitter to vent about it

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UPDATE: Nov. 1, 2017, 1:36 p.m. AEDT Slack is up and running again, so go back to work.

Slack went down, and workers were left scrambling.

The popular workplace collaboration client suffered “connectivity issues” late Tuesday afternoon (PDT), affecting access to the service worldwide.

Slack responded to tweets about the outage on Twitter, and on its status page — which had also been working intermittently — it said they were “actively investigating” the problem.

We’re sincerely sorry for the service disruption you’re seeing at the moment. We’re working on it with top priority: https://t.co/hlhV4ZiG7E

— Slack (@SlackHQ) October 31, 2017 Read more…

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