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Microsoft Loop is now in GA for Microsoft 365 work accounts


Microsoft Loop is now Generally Available for work accounts in Microsoft 365. Here’s an exciting new product that will make collaboration fun and productive!

Here’s Microsoft’s Announcement article on the same – https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/microsoft-365-blog/microsoft-loop-built-for-the-new-way-of-work-generally-available/ba-p/3982247?WT.mc_id=DX-MVP-5003911

But, let me summarize first impressions of the same!

Accessing Loop in Microsoft 365

Given that you have the correct access for Loop services in M365, here’s how you can access and use Loop in your Organization –

  1. Go to https://loop.microsoft.com/. You’ll be taken to the Welcome page which looks like this.
    You can click on the Loop logo on the top-left to see all the Workspaces you have access to.
  2. You can start of my creating your own Workspaces.
  3. Name your Workspace based on the purpose or the project.
  4. And you’ll have the Workspace ready to create your Pages and Links in the Workspace.
    If you click on the + icon, you’ll be able to create new sections like Pages and Links.
  5. In the Pages itself, you can start adding Loop components and generating content as below –
    Slash (/) to insert a Loop component
  6. And you can tag people/content using @
  7. In the Tag menu itself, if you scroll to the very bottom you’ll be able to change the Editor Settings.

    And this is what the Editor Setting menu looks like where you can change the settings which suit your needs.

And you can explore further what all Loop can do! I believe there are more features coming soon!

Ensure Loop is available for the Organization

By default, Loop is enabled for the your organization. However, you can double check as below –

  1. Given that you might be having Global Admin access to your tenant, you can go to the Org Settings.
  2. And you can see that the workspace access have been given to all the users.


Having one of these Microsoft 365 licenses will let you use advanced features of Microsoft Loop –

  1. Microsoft 365 Business Standard
  2. Microsoft 365 Business Premium
  3. Microsoft 365 E3
  4. Microsoft 365 E5

Detailed Documentation here on the Licensing requirements – https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/loop-access-via-microsoft-365-subscriptions-92915461-4b14-49a4-9cd4-d1c259292afa?WT.mc_id=DX-MVP-5003911

In case you don’t have the correct required licenses, you’ll still be able to access Loop but won’t be able to create Workspaces or use any advanced features. Typically, you’ll see a screen like this –

Hope this helps!

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