Google Calendar is now down

Google Calendar went down on Tuesday morning

Google Calendar went down on Tuesday morning. Image Rafael Henrique SOPA Images LightRocket via Getty Images

Google acknowledged reports of users unable to access their calendars this morning, confirming that no, it's not just you.

Google Calendar apparently didn't want to go to meetings today.

If you use the free online calendar as your main daily planner, then the issues could definitely be something that you find yourself struggling with throughout the day.

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We'll continue to keep an eye on the service and provide any updates as they become available.

The outage comes hot on the heels of a report from Wired that exposed how bad actors are scamming unsuspecting users into entering personal and financial information by sending them Google Calendar invites.

Just a couple of weeks ago, Google Cloud underwent a massive outage that saw services like Gmail, Google Drive, and even some third-party services like Snapchat and Vimeo go down.

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"We are aware of the issues and working on a fix", Google replied here, in response to a tweet.

One said: "Google Calendar is down".

The heavily used scheduling tool showed a 404 error page when users tried to navigate to it. Google said "please rest assured that system reliability is a top priority at Google, and we are making continuous improvements to make our systems better".

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