I reached out to them via their support email (email@example.com) only to receive an automated response saying that my email address was not associated with a Heroku account and that I should “log in” to submit a ticket. Obviously, that’s going to be a problem seeing as I don’t have an account yet. I did go over to their help and support site and tried to submit a ticket, but it seems like only users can submit a ticket.
I checked Heroku status, and none of their servers appeared to be down. After that, I tried to contact someone from Salesforce, but again, I also need to create an account to do that.
Many posts on Stack Overflow and Reddit suggested that this has been going on for weeks.
Nope. I just get redirected to that “Try again later” page every time. Tried with different email. Different browser. Nothing worked.
This is probably the case, though they sure did a poor job of making a public announcement if it were.
I was going to work on a Django project using Heroku, but oh well.
@sradjoker Indeed. But even if I wanted to actually pay for a plan, I’d have to be able to create an account first. It’s kind of silly when they leave people in this kind of “catch-22” situation. I have to have an account before I can ask for support, but to create an account, I need support.
I could suggest Python Everywhere. Free tier is pretty limited, but probably similar to what Heroku offers. I used it for a hobby project around a year back.
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