The Microsoft Loop app has arrived. What are your first impressions? This month’s session of the MLUG will recap the key features of the Loop app.
Featuring Rebecca Jackson (@RebeccaJLJ) and Ben Stegink (@benstegink)
sharing their first impressions of the Loop app. Rebecca is a Manager of the Collaboration Product team at Avanade. Ben is an independent consultant for Intelligink. Both shared great insights as they thought about bringing Loop to their clients internally and externally.
Our breakout rooms give attendees an opportunity to discuss the questions and topics raised in the presentation. Breakout rooms aren’t recorded. But we come back after the 20min breakouts to summarise what we have discussed and placed on the interactive Miro board.
While in public preview, it’s a good opportunity to try it for real work and give your feedback. It’s exciting to see the vision come together across the Loop app, components in M365 and even its future of Copiloting ideation.
As an AI language model, I am not aware of any product called “Microsoft Loop” that has been officially announced or released by Microsoft. However, I can provide some information based on recent news and rumors.
In October 2021, Microsoft announced the preview of a new productivity platform called “Microsoft Loop” at their annual Ignite conference. According to Microsoft, Loop is a “new, flexible way to create, collaborate, and stay focused on what matters most.” It is designed to bring together a variety of productivity tools such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, as well as new collaborative features like real-time co-authoring and integrated chat.
From what has been shared so far, Microsoft Loop appears to be a web-based platform that allows users to organize information, collaborate with others, and create content in a more streamlined and flexible way. It is expected to integrate with other Microsoft products like Teams and
Outlook, as well as third-party applications like Trello and Asana.
However, it is important to note that Microsoft Loop is still in preview and not yet available for general use. Microsoft has not announced a release date for the platform, and details about its features and functionality are subject to change as development continues.
Mar 7, 2023 — At the moment of writing, Q1 2023, the first Loop components are generally available in Microsoft Teams, Whiteboard, and Outlook.
Mar 30, 2023 — Microsoft are making a small set of visual updates to OneDrive's 'files container', left navigation and the command bar. Due early to mid-April ...
A tutorial video showing a first look at Microsoft Loop in Teams Loop is ... April 2023 edition Hosted by our Product Management team (including me!)