It’s not just you – Google Calendar has gone down for everyone this morning, leaving millions of users unable to access the feature and users who reply on the feature unable to see their schedules for the workday.
When users try to access the calendar at calendar.google.com, they’re greeted with the following message:
Not Found, 404
Google have made a statement on the disruption: “We’re investigating reports of an issue with Google Calendar. We will provide more information shortly. The affected users are unable to access Google Calendar.”
Many of Google’s professional users of the G Suite platform use the Calendar feature to manage their work schedules and meetings and have no way of getting access the tools that their office runs on.
Many Google Calendar users too to Twitter to complain about this issue:
Google Calendar is down! How do I know what to do next? 😆 pic.twitter.com/r9PRtFbA0A
— Rick Locke (@RickLockeDev) June 18, 2019
When gmail goes down, I'm ok because I didn't want to respond to them funky ass emails anyway. But the way I need Google Calendar for survival…. pic.twitter.com/dLxfCl3bEv
— Sesali (@BadFatBlackGirl) June 18, 2019
Clearly still malfunctioning. I never had an empty week since I started using it. pic.twitter.com/cYcXFKrusl
— Nicola Bordin (@nicolabordin) June 18, 2019
It’s the second time that a Google service has gone down this month. On June 2nd there was another major Google outage that affected a wide range of Google’s services.
Major outages of Google’s most popular products highlight how much of the internet relies on so few companies and then they go down, the impact is large and far-reaching.