Jennifer Aniston broke the record for getting the most followers quickly when she joined Instagram recently. However, the joining process was not smooth, and the actress shared a video expressing some mock anger at the social media platform for the glitches.

Aniston took to Instagram to thank her fans for the warm welcome. She jokingly said that she did not mean to break the internet. “ Thank you guys for the kind, glitchy welcome,” she wrote.

In the video she shared online, Aniston can be seen checking her cell phone. She gets agitated with it, and slams it down to the ground as the two people in the background are shocked as they watch her. The video appears to be from her new TV series “The Morning Show.”

Aniston joining Instagram is a big event that many people have been waiting for. Apart from her fans around the world, her friends were also urging her to join the social media platform. While she has finally opened an account, she is still figuring out how to use it.

As a guest at “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” Aniston talked about her joining Instagram and the challenges she is facing. When asked why she joined social media, even though she doesn’t do this kind of thing, the actress said that she doesn’t know why she did it. She admitted that she got tired of everybody asking her to join.

Aniston appears to have put in some thought and made some plans before joining Instagram. She knew she had to build content for her fans and she has apparently been collecting things she can post online. Her first post was a reunion of the cast members of her hit TV series “Friends.”

As far learning to use Instagram is concerned, Aniston said that it was frustrating to get text messages every time someone liked her post. She doesn’t like spending time searching who left that like on whose post. The actress said that it would be a lot easier if people just wrote what they feel like on the post.

Jennifer Aniston Jennifer Aniston attends the 2018 InStyle Awards at The Getty Center on Oct. 22, 2018, in Los Angeles, California. Getty Images/Matt Winkelmeyer