Things should be back to normal now. Thank you so much for your patience!
You may still see duplicate Slackbot messages that are "only visible to you". Our team is addressing this and the issue should be resolved soon.
We're investigating what caused this problem. You may wish to delete any of your duplicate messages, if permitted in your workspace. Here's how: https://get.slack.help/hc/en-us/articles/202395258-Edit-or-delete-messages
We've been monitoring the connection issues and believe all affected teams should be back online once more. If you are still experiencing any connection problems do let us know. We truly appreciate your patience through this and apologize for any disruption to your day.
We're still trying to pin down a root cause for the connection issues, the team are working on this as a matter of priority. We'll continue to monitor the situation. In the meantime, please do bear with us.
There's good news and bad news. The good: right now you're less likely to be seeing issues. The bad: we're by no means out of the woods and can't yet rule out further trouble. But we're working hard to bring things back to normal. Sorry again, everyone.
We're investigating a number of reports of difficulty in connecting to Slack. Other features such as message unfurling and emoji reactions may be affected. We're investigating the cause and scope as we speak. Many apologies for the trouble here.
We experienced a failure between one of our WebSocket regions and the main Slack, however the good news is that we've now made sure everyone is reconnected elsewhere. Thanks for your patience while we sorted that out!
We're currently investigating a slowdown of service. Some people might find Slack slow to respond to commands, navigation, and sending messages. We're sorry for the troubles! We hope to make things right as soon as possible.
What is this site?
We continuously monitor the status of slack.com and all its related services. If there are any interruptions in service, a note will be posted here. We will also post notices of scheduled downtime on this page.
Slack is a distributed platform and during any given incident it is rare for all Slack teams to be affected. For this reason, we report our uptime as an average derived from the number of affected users.
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