New York (CNN) — Linkedin was back online Wednesday after tens of thousands of users reported outages on the professional networking site, according to outage tracker Downdetector.

LinkedIn confirmed the outage on X, saying its teams are working to resolve the issue.

Users trying to access the Microsoft-owned platform are greeted with an error page on the website.

“We seem to have encountered an error,” the page says.

On the app, the page says LinkedIn is “having issues loading this page.”

At about 4 pm ET, as many as 44,000 users self-reported outages. However, reports dropped to about 25,000 by 4:35 pm ET, and a LinkedIn representative confirmed the site was back up within the hour.

As of 4:25 pm ET, LinkedIn’s status page said the issue is still under investigation.

Downdetector only measures self-reported outages, and may not fully show the extent of the outages.

The issues at LinkedIn come a day after widespread outages at another social media platform, Meta. For two hours, Facebook and Instagram, went down for thousands of users on Tuesday because of what the company called a “technical issue.”

As many as 500,000 Facebook users had reported issues logging in or accessing the site as of mid-morning Eastern Time on Tuesday, according to Downdetector.

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