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Request took too long

Recently, a few bloggers are reporting an interesting pop up advice from Blogger, generally seen within post editor or possibly the dashboard.
Request took too long.

Your request took too long to complete. This is typically just a temporary error due to high network traffic or heavy usage of Blogger.






This is reminiscent of the long ago seen Could Not Connect To Blogger.Com. I suggested a list of useful diagnostic details in Could Not Connect To Blogger.Com - Help Diagnose This Problem. You may also want to read Roberto's Report: Request Took Too Long?.

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Efter said…
Thanks so much for your fast answer. It seems to go ok now but I will check all the links later. Thanks again.

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