- Google Drive and Google Docs weren’t working properly for some people on Wednesday afternoon.
- Many people trying to access Google Drive and Docs were met with an error page.
- At 4pm ET, Google’s G Suite Dashboard said there was “a problem with Google Docs affecting a significant subset of users,” and that it would “provide an update by 11/15/17, 5:30 PM detailing when we expect to resolve the problem.”
- Google says that it’s resolved the issue with Google Docs, and Google Drive appears to be working again for users.
Both Google Drive and Google Docs went down on Wednesday afternoon, according to multiple reports on Twitter from people trying to access the services.
Many people attempting to reach Google Drive were met with an error page, citing error “502,” as of around 4pm ET on Wednesday. Business Insider tried to access Google Drive from both its New York and San Francisco offices and were met with the same error page for nearly an hour.
Google’s G Suite Dashboard, which keeps track of any issues or outages across its various products, wasn’t showing any issues for Drive as of 4pm ET, but it did acknowledge a “problem with Google Doc’s affecting a significant subset of users.”
As of 5:30pm ET, the company resolved the issue with Google Docs and Google Drive appears to coming back online for users as well.