Twitter has apparently returned to work on Wednesday after a worldwide malfunction of its blogging site and its management platform, Twitter, which affected thousands of users.
Many users now have access to Twitter and Twitter. The company has not issued an official statement to update the holidays.
Earlier, the Dot Report website, which monitors fault reports, has received more than 4,000 fault reports from countries around the world, including Japan, Canada and India.
"You may have trouble sending tweets, receiving notifications or seeing live messages," the company said in a tweet. "We are currently working on fixing them and we will get back to normal quickly."
A Twitter representative had previously said the company was looking into problems related to TweetDeck used by journalists and other content producers to monitor tweets from several Twitter accounts.