According to the information available at the time, the faults began around 11 in the morning, reaching their highest point 45 minutes later.
Among the main problems reported around the Instagram service we have that general errors in the application remain with 52 percent of the mentions, followed by problems loading content with 30 percent and difficulties when logging in.
The failures are reported in various parts of the world, where regions such as Mexico or the United States are presented as some of the most affected.
As expected, the problems have begun to generate reactions on other social networks, where platforms like Twitter have been filled with complaints and posts confirming the fall.
While some users report that Instagram is working slower than usual, others indicate that a few seconds after opening the app it closes without explanation.
From Unocer we have confirmed some of these failures.
— unocero.com (@unocero) September 22, 2022
How to report bugs on Instagram?
So far, Instagram has not issued an official position on the matter; however, users can report bugs simply by shaking their smartphone with the app in use (if possible, of course).
Late last year, Instagram boss Adam Mosseri announced the feature, which translates to “jitter of anger,” which will allow users to report a problem more quickly.
The operation in simple. If the user is using the Instagram app and it has errors, simply shake the phone with the platform open to report the error.
Making such a move will bring up a pop-up screen asking “Did something go wrong?” accompanied by a space where users can report the problem in detail.