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This afternoon (Friday, October 8, Facebook reported it is experiencing another outage, though this one appears to be more limited than Monday’s outage.
Facebook tweeted: We’re aware that some people are having trouble accessing our apps and products. We’re working to get things back to normal as quickly as possible and we apologize for any inconvenience.
Facebook did not say exactly what was broken.
On the user side, some people reported that Instagram refreshes are getting errors.
On the ads side, there have been reports that Facebook isn't spending anything on ads — like, there's no distribution at all. Other people are seeing it come in spikes. Some people weren't able to upload videos to the business manager. This seems to have all happened around 12pm PT.
Now that we’ve taken care of Facebook, we have a few more things to share with you this week:
Google announces the new Analytics 360
On Thursday, Google announced a revamped version of Analytics 360, the company’s suite of products designed for enterprise-level companies, which builds on Google Analytics 4 as a foundation. The new features include the ability to create product line sub-properties, custom user roles and larger caps on dimensions, audiences and conversion types.
Why we care: Google Analytics 4 is the company’s vision for the future of analytics, and the new Analytics 360 is that same vision, but for enterprise-level organizations. The features Google announced emphasize flexibility and scalability, which may help the tool meet the needs of more businesses.
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