Facebook users had temporary problems adding posts Monday morning, but the problem has been fixed.

Facebook users are able to add posts again after worldwide service disruptions ended this morning. 

Service was back up by 10:15 a.m. ET, users reported on Twitter and other networks.

Earlier in the day, users reported error messages when trying to post status updates, photos and other items; click “like”; or send messages on Facebook. 

The website “downrightnow.com,” which tracks user-reported online service outages, said Facebook was experiencing a “likely service disruption.”

Around 9 a.m., Iain McKenzie, European communications manager for Facebook, acknowledged via Twitter that Facebook was aware of problems posting to the site and was looking into it.