Scheduled Downtime: Friday May 4th, 2012

By Andy Au • 2 years ago • 13 Comments

HootSuite is working some magic this Friday to make your social media dashboard experience even better! Due to scheduled system upgrades, HootSuite will be experiencing site-wide downtime on May 4th from 6pm to 9pm PDT (UTC -8).

  • During the downtime, users will be unable to access the dashboard across all platforms – web, mobile and desktop.
  • Tweets and updates scheduled for May 4th from 6pm to 9pm PDT will NOT be sent out. However, all Tweets and updates scheduled for that time will be sent out shortly after 9pm PDT.
  • HootSuite will be Tweeting real-time updates via @HootSuite_Help.

In the meantime…

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Author: Andy Au

Andy Au has written 150 posts for the HootSource blog..

As a member of the HootSuite marketing team, Andy currently manages HootSuite's paid social media advertising program. He makes, manages and markets content for HootSuite.

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13 comments
Adrian
Adrian

SO what exactly was changed other then the scroll bars?

Arthur
Arthur

Here we go with the delays again ...

Alex
Alex

I appreciate the heads-up, but I'm surprised at the timing. I would expect these things to take place over night more often then not. I figure you have a good reason for the downtime and timing of it.

Rick
Rick

Thanks for the heads up. Please have another a few hours before the maintenance.

Karin Rosner
Karin Rosner

Hey, that's usually when I plan my posts for the week! I'm going to have to go out and see "The Avengers" or something. Drat.

ziaboga
ziaboga

hola amigos:sou usuario de hootsuite y estoy contento con la aplicación.Si es posible y tenéis que mejorar algunas cosas no importa estar tres horas sin hootsuite.Al final ganamos todos con las nuevas mejoras .gracias

James
James

What upgrades can we expect to see?

Catharine Smart
Catharine Smart

Hi & thanks for the info. I'm perhaps asking too much, but a link to a world time calculator (e.g. http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/meeting.html) for people to calculate easily what time this corresponds to in their local time zone, or just the PDT time repeated in UTC would have been great! (apparently it's 1-4am on May 5th in UTC).

Thanks.

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