OneDrive goes down along with Office 365 apps

Madeleine Dean By: Madeleine Dean
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If you can’t use your OneDrive account right now, don’t panic. There are thousands of users who are currently experiencing the same issue.

More specifically, the following error message occurs when users try to connect to their account: Something went wrong. Please try again or refresh the page.

Microsoft has officially acknowledged the problem. According to the official Office page, everything is up and running again after rerouting the connections.

However, many users are still getting OneDrive error 1, OneDrive error 2 or OneDrive error 6. Since the problem has been solved on Microsoft’s end, you can use this troubleshooting guide to check if everything’s OK on your end as well. There may be additional settings that you need to change or steps that you need to take in order to re-establish the connection.

Let us know if you’re still experiencing this problem in the comments below.

We’ll keep an eye on this matter and we’ll update this post as soon as new information is available.

UPDATE: The issue has been fixed. All OneDrive users can now access their accounts.

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