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Original story (published on January 02, 2023) follows:

If you are currently facing issues accessing Microsoft’s OneDrive, then find consolation in knowing that you aren’t the only one facing problems lately.

According to fresh reports doing rounds on Twitter, OneDrive is currently down or not working for a section of users.

As per reports, users say that they are getting ‘Something went wrong’ error or ‘Sorry! An error has occured’ when trying to use OneDrive.


For a quick glance, here’s how some of those affected word the problem:

Is everyone facing issue with @onedrive @MSFT365news @Microsoft could you please share how much time it will take to resolve! (Source)

Looks like @onedrive is down then. First time ever I’ve seen that. Hope it doesn’t last long. (Source)

@onedrive do you think you will work today? Could you at least provide information about being down, apologise or so? (Source)

Downdetector – a popular service that gives information about live outages – also conveys that Microsoft OneDrive is indeed going through a glitch.


Any official word on the matter? Negative, as yet. We’re yet to locate a word from the official service channels or their social media handles.

Regrettably, we haven’t come across any potential workaround to resolve this issue temporarily. That means you’ll have to wait until the devs come up with a definitive fix.

Rest assured, we’re keeping tabs on all related developments and will update this page with relevant info as and when we come across any.

So, in case you’re encountering the problem discussed here, stay hooked to PiunikaWeb for updates.

Update 1 (January 02, 2023)

02:36 pm (IST): Microsoft has now acknowledged this issue on their service status page and said that they are working to isolate the root cause. However, there’s no ETA for a fix.


Update 2 (January 03, 2023)

09:00 am (IST): The Microsoft official service status page indicates that the issues have been resolved.

Update 3 (January 12, 2023)

08:15 am (IST): Several Microsoft OneDrive users report an ongoing outage in the cloud storage service (1, 2, 3).

11:00 am (IST): Microsoft OneDrive seems to be working properly again, since no new reports related to the outage have surfaced in a few hours.

Update 4 (January 25, 2023)

01:42 pm (IST): Multiple reports (1, 2, 3, 4) suggest that OneDrive is currently down or not working for a section of users. And this isn’t the only one, several other Microsoft services are also facing an outage.

06:40 pm (IST): Microsoft has confirmed on its official service status page that the recent outage with OneDrive has now been fixed.

Update 5 (April 7, 2023)

12:01 pm (IST): Fresh reports indicate that OneDrive is currently in the midst of an outage (1, 2, 3).

03:00 pm (IST): OneDrive servers are now working properly, so the service is already available again.

Update 6 (May 1, 2023)

08:25 pm (IST): OneDrive is down and not working according to several user reports (1,2,3,4) on Twitter.

Microsoft is yet to acknowledge the outage.

11:25 pm (IST): The outage has been resolved.

Note: We have more such stories in our dedicated Microsoft section, so be sure to follow them as well.

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Aashish Singh
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I developed a keen interest in technology ever since my school days. And writing about it keeps me closer to this fascinating world. When I’m not working you can catch me playing video games.

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