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Latest Reclaim Outages

Check the stats and details of the latest Reclaim outages and issues

0 Outages in the last 7 days
0 Outages in the last 30 days
49 Days since last incident

Minor Resolved · about 2 months ago · lasted about 4 hours

Todoist integration partially broken

Todoist has disabled their "v8" API ahead of their scheduled date of October 31st, causing the Reclaim/Todoist to unexpectedly break for anyone trying to establish a new Todoist connection via Reclaim's Settings -> Integrations page. Existing Todoist/Reclaim users do not seem to be impacted, but we are monitoring the situation and working on upgrading to the "v9" API ahead of schedule.

Minor Resolved · started 2 months ago

Google Calendar sync delays

Google Calendar is experiencing a partial outage that is impacting all third-party SaaS services, such as Reclaim. The result is that they are not notifying Reclaim in a timely manner about changes to your calendar, resulting in delayed Calendar Sync and Habit/Task rescheduling behavior. Typically, these outages resolve themselves after ~1hr or so, but we will keep you updated here as we see any improvements.

Minor Resolved · started 3 months ago

Delays in calendar processing / syncing

We are seeing some delays in processing changes to calendars, including rescheduling Habits and Tasks as well as Calendar Sync timeliness.

Minor Resolved · started 4 months ago

Calendar sync delays

Google Calendar is experiencing a partial outage in which they are not delivering notifications of event changes to Reclaim and other calendar-related services. As a result, you may experience some delays or "drift" between what you see in Reclaim and what you see on Google Calendar. Once Google's issues are resolved, we will provide an update here.

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Minor Resolved · started 4 months ago

Calendar sync delays

Google Calendar is experiencing a partial outage in which they are not delivering notifications of event changes to Reclaim and other calendar-related services. As a result, you may experience some delays or "drift" between what you see in Reclaim and what you see on Google Calendar. Once Google's issues are resolved, we will provide an update here.

Minor Resolved · started 4 months ago

Calendar sync delays

We have identified a problem that is causing sync delays for some Reclaim users. This can impact both Calendar Sync and also the normal sync between your Reclaim Planner and main Google Calendar. A fix is being rolled out now and we will be monitoring the results. We will post another update when we believe 100% of users are back to sub-second response time.

Minor Resolved · started 5 months ago

Minor delays in calendar sync

We are observing delays in Google delivering push notifications to Reclaim. The result is that Reclaim's Calendar Sync and Scheduler features (ex: Tasks, Habits, Smart 1:1s) may be slightly delayed, anywhere from a few minutes to at most an hour. We will monitor the situation and report when Google Calendar appears to be back to normal in terms of delivering notifications about changes.

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