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.