Twitter, after rolling out the new version of its homepage, suddenly rolled back to it’s older version.
In the blog post of Twitter, it writes, “We’ve temporarily disabled #NewTwitter. Our engineers are working on re-enabling it and will update you shortly.”
The service was disabled for the “New Twitter” and users had to manually check their @replies on the right hand side navigation window from a text link.
Twitter, which allows users to send messages to thousands of others has more than 200 million registered accounts and has become a popular communication service among all the sections of society including celebrities, protesters in the Middle East, business and youth.
A spokeswoman from Twitter said that “the company had no details to provide beyond the statements on its special technical status Web page.”