Twitter recovers after error that did not allow to see links or images on its service

Twitter users cannot view images or click links on the platform this Monday morning.

Twitter has started the week with many problems after starting to have problems with links and images on the platform before noon.

If you are currently logged into the service, you will not be able to click on any links shared on the social network and many images and videos will not load.


When you enter a link, you will be redirected to a message that says “your current API plan does not include access to this endpoint”.

Nor is it possible to access TweetDeck, its own client.

Interestingly, their API status page has a message saying “all operating systems”.

“Some parts of Twitter may not be working as expected right now. We made an internal change that had some unintended consequences,”  Twitter shared  on its Support account . “We are working on this now and will share an update when it is fixed.”

This latest outage comes just a week after Elon Musk laid off much of the company’s remaining product team.

After a similar outage nearly a month ago, Platformer reported that it occurred because “an employee had inadvertently deleted data from an internal service that sets frequency limits for Twitter use . ”

Through the Twitter Support account, the company has indicated that an “internal error” caused damage to the operation of the platform. “Some parts of Twitter may not work as expected at this time. We made an internal change that had some unintended consequences. We’re working on this now and will share an update when it’s fixed,” they tweeted .

In the last few minutes, the multi-column service TweetDeck . owned by Twitter, has behaved more stable. The links and photos are already beginning to display correctly. The operations should be executed as normal in the following hours.