Bing, Co-pilot, Chat-GPT, and other Microsoft services are currently unavailable due to an issue with Microsoft’s systems. User reports…

The issue appears to be linked to Bing’s API.

Currently, search capabilities for platforms like ChatGPT, Copilot, DuckDuckGo, and others are experiencing issues due to a Microsoft outage related to the Bing API. As a result, these services are either completely unavailable or only intermittently responding.


The issues started around 3 AM ET and seem to be related to Bing’s API and any service that depends on it. Although Microsoft’s own web search engine, Bing, was initially affected, according to TechCrunch, it now appears to be loading search results correctly.

Other search engines such as DuckDuckGo and Ecosia, which rely on Bing’s API, are currently unable to load any search results. Microsoft’s Copilot is also experiencing similar issues, as it displays a loading loop that prevents users from accessing the service. ChatGPT, which allows Plus subscribers to perform web searches, is also showing an error message when users attempt to make a search query.

Microsoft has acknowledged the loading issues with its Copilot service and stated that it is “working to isolate the cause of the issue.” Meanwhile, Microsoft’s service health platform does not flag any other service outages currently. OpenAI and Ecosia have confirmed that they are experiencing issues with their platforms’ search features, and OpenAI says it is also investigating the issue. The story is still developing.

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