On the heels of a three-day weekend for many, it seems as though Slack, a popular business communication platform, conveniently decided to start acting up. Whether it's about being unable to log in or having trouble accessing specific channels, some users have been hit various technological roadblocks while trying to navigate the platform.

With many businesses having gone remote due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many people depend on Slack for their day-to-day work operations. As a result, social media users soon began doing what they do best: talking about it on Twitter.