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Resolved Investigating Possible Irregularity for Account Activity API and Usage API
The Twitter data team is investigating a possible system irregularity currently affecting Account Activity API webhook delivery and causing delayed Usage information. The presence and scope of any customer impact has not been determined at this time, but we will provide an update as soon as we know more.
Resolved Investigating connection and data volume delivery inconsistency for PowerTrack
The Twitter data team is investigating and diagnosing connection issues and data volume inconsistency for PowerTrack. The presence and scope of any customer impact has not been determined at this time, but we will provide an update as soon as we know more.
Resolved Investigating Possible Irregularity for PowerTrack & Firehose connections, and Twitter API v2 endpoints
The Twitter data team is investigating a possible system irregularity currently affecting all Twitter API v2 endpoints starting at 2021-04-17 12:00 UTC. The presence and scope of any developer impact has not been determined at this time, but we will provide an update as soon as we know more.
Resolved Investigating Data Loss for Enterprise Streaming and Search
The Twitter data team is investigating a system irregularity that affected: --Filtered Stream --Sampled Stream --Powertrack --Historical Powertrack --Recent/Full Archive Search --Account Activity API From 2021-04-06 21:10:00 to 21:22:00 UTC, 1.3% of Tweets created (and available) on the Twitter platform were not published on our streaming or search APIs, or in the Historical PowerTrack archives. Data loss is no longer occurring but we are looking into this.
Resolved Investigating data availability delay for Historical PowerTrack
Beginning at 22:30 UTC today (March 3rd), Tweets are latent in being written to the archive used by Historical PowerTrack and Replay APIs. The impact is that new Tweets are not available in the archive within the expected 30 minute period after a Tweet is published. We will continue to provide updates as they become available.
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