Is Gmail Down?

Stay informed about the latest Gmail outages (up or down) and service disruptions with our up-to-date community-based monitoring tool.

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Latest issues with Gmail

Here are the latest errors and issues officially reported by Google in the Gmail status page. In addition to Google's reports, Is Gmail Down? shows community issues and detects abnormal trends to track issues and outages.
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  2. March 5, 2024

    Gmail experienced 0.23% UI error rates for 61 minutes, and 1 to 5 minute email delays for just under two hours.

  3. Dec 7, 2023

    Some Gmail users are unable to login. Users may see errors in the Google login page.

  4. Dec 1, 2023

    Gmail users may experience delays in their email delivery

  5. Nov 30, 2023

    Some Gmail users experienced a delay in sending emails globally for a duration of 4 hours and 45 minutes.

Gmail outages reported in the last 24 hours

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This graph illustrates the number of issues with Gmail reported by the community over the past 24 hours. It is normal for some issues to be reported throughout the day; an outage is determined when reports are significantly higher than normal.

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Questions & answers about "Is Gmail Down?"

Everything you need to know about how we monitor Gmail and why.

, there are no major outage reported with Gmail. Less than 2 issues have been reported in the last hour, which is quite normal for such a big emailing service provider. If you are experiencing an issue, you can report it right now.

There could be a number of reasons why Gmail is not working for you. Here are some common issues and their solutions:

  1. Internet connection: Make sure that you have a stable internet connection. If your internet connection is weak or not working, then you may not be able to access Gmail.
  2. Browser issues: If you're using an outdated or unsupported browser, you may experience problems with Gmail. Try accessing Gmail from a different device or browser: If you can access Gmail from another device or browser, then the issue may be specific to your original device or browser.
  3. Incorrect login credentials: Double-check that you are entering the correct email address and password. If you have forgotten your password, use the "Forgot Password" feature to reset it.
  4. Account locked or disabled: If you have violated Gmail's terms of service or your account has been compromised, your account may be temporarily or permanently disabled. Contact Gmail support for assistance.
  5. Server issues: Gmail may experience server issues from time to time. As of now, Gmail seems up and running but you might be the first one being affected. Please report your issue by clicking here.

If none of these solutions work, you may also seek further assistance from Gmail Help Center.

According to the community reports, it's just you. , Gmail is up and running. If you feel like lots of people are impacted, please report the issue right away.

Gmail's latest major outage was on Dec 10, 2022 and lasted 4 hours and 23 minutes. It impacted millions of users worldwide, especially in India.

The Gmail outage that occurred on December 14, 2020, was a major disruption that affected a large number of users worldwide. The outage began around 6:30 AM Eastern Standard Time and lasted for several hours, with some users reporting that their email service was down for up to 12 hours.

During the outage, users reported being unable to access their emails, send or receive emails, or access other Gmail functions, such as Google Drive and Google Meet. The outage also affected other Google services, including Google Calendar and Google Docs.

Google confirmed the outage on its official Twitter account and apologized for the inconvenience caused to its users. The company stated that the outage was caused by an internal storage quota issue, which triggered a cascade of errors that affected multiple Google services.

The outage affected both personal and business users, and many people reported that it had a significant impact on their daily work and productivity. Google stated that it was working to resolve the issue as quickly as possible, and by the evening of December 14, most users reported that their email service had been restored.

Gmail has experienced nine outages in 2023:

  1. Jan 26, 2023 for 1 hour, 48 minutes
  2. Feb 22, 2023 for 21 hours, 30 minutes
  3. Feb 27, 2023 for 13 minutes
  4. May 5, 2023 for 56 minutes
  5. July 6, 2023 for 4 days, 4 hours
  6. August 17, 2023 for 3 hours, 13 minutes
  7. November 30, 2023 for 4 hours, 45 minutes
  8. December 1, 2023 for 1 hour, 28 minutes
  9. December 7, 2023 for 1 hour, 32 minutes

Throughout the year 2023, Gmail experienced 5 days 14 hours of downtime, resulting in an overall uptime of 98.3%. The service operated without interruption for the longest period of 67 days between Feb 27 and May 5.

Gmail has experienced eight outages in 2022:

  1. March 22, 2022 for 1 hour, 45 minutes
  2. April 27, 2022 for 1 hour, 5 minutes
  3. July 7, 2022 for 2 days, 17 hours
  4. July 18, 2022 for 11 days, 7 hours
  5. September 7, 2022 for 14 hours, 25 minutes
  6. November 14, 2022 for 38 minutes
  7. December 10, 2022 for 4 hours, 23 minutes
  8. December 13, 2022 for 2 hours, 30 minutes

Throughout the year 2022, Gmail experienced 4 days 4 hours and 53 minutes of downtime, resulting in an overall uptime of 98.848%. The service operated without interruption for the longest period of 71 days between April 27 and July 7.

Gmail has experienced three outages in 2021:

  1. January 20, 2021 for 2 hours and 15 minutes
  2. March 22, 2021 for 7 hours and 13 minutes
  3. November 12, 2021, for 1 hour and 56 minutes

Throughout the year 2021, Gmail experienced 11 hours and 24 minutes of downtime, resulting in an overall uptime of 99.9987%. The service operated without interruption for the longest period of 235 days between March 22 and November 12.

Gmail has experienced eleven outages in 2020:

  • March 4, 2020 for 2 hours and 41 minutes
  • March 26, 2020 for 1 hour and 9 minutes
  • April 8, 2020 for 54 minutes
  • June 30, 2020 for 4 hours, 54 minutes
  • August 20, 2020 for 5 hours, 41 minutes
  • September 25, 2020 for 37 minutes
  • November 3, 2020 for 3 hours, 24 minutes
  • December 14, 2020 for 57 minutes
  • December 14, 2020 for 25 minutes
  • December 15, 2020 for 1 hour, 10 minutes
  • December 15, 2020 for 2 hours, 22 minutes

Throughout the year 2020, Gmail experienced 22 hours and 14 minutes of downtime, resulting in an overall uptime of 99.9975%. The service operated without interruption for the longest period of 83 days between April 8 and June 30.

If your Gmail account is not receiving emails, there could be a number of reasons why. Here are a few common issues and their solutions:

  1. Check your spam folder: Sometimes legitimate emails can be filtered into the spam folder. Check your spam folder to see if the missing emails are there. If they are, you can mark them as "Not Spam" to ensure that they appear in your inbox in the future.
  2. Check your filters: Check to see if you have any filters set up that may be automatically moving emails to a different folder. Go to "Settings" > "Filters" to review your filters.
  3. Check your email forwarding settings: If you have set up email forwarding, check to see if the forwarding address is correct and that forwarding is enabled.
  4. Check your storage limit: Gmail offers a limited amount of storage, and if you have exceeded that limit, you may not be able to receive new emails. Check your storage usage in "Settings" > "Storage" to see if you need to delete old emails or purchase additional storage.
  5. Check with the sender: The sender may have entered your email address incorrectly or their email may have been bounced back as undeliverable. Ask the sender to double-check the email address they used to send the email.

If none of these solutions work, you may need to seek further assistance from Gmail technical support.

When you report an issue affecting your Gmail account, we aggregate your reports with hundreds of daily reports. While it is normal for some users to report issues, an outage is determined when reports are significantly higher than usual.

Whenever you are affected by a problem on your Gmail account, you can check the overall status of Gmail using this free service. If ever a service interruption or an outage is detected, we'll let you know so you can take further actions.

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