Related topics
Sign in with Microsoft
Sign in or create an account.
Select a different account.
You have multiple accounts
Choose the account you want to sign in with.

Microsoft Loop is a transformative co-creation experience that brings together teams, content and tasks across your tools and devices. Loop combines a powerful and flexible canvas with portable components that move freely and stay in sync across applications — enabling teams to think, plan, and create together.

To get started, go to the Loop home page, start with template. You'll find helpful Loop mobile app guidance here. If you’re an IT admin, check out instructions to enable Loop for your organization. 

Your browser does not support video. Install Microsoft Silverlight, Adobe Flash Player, or Internet Explorer 9.

The three elements of Loop

Loop components are portable pieces of content that stay in sync across all the places they are shared. Components allow you to collaborate in the flow of work — on a Loop page or in a chat, email, meeting, or document. They can be lists, tables, notes, and more — you’re always working with the latest information in your preferred app, like Microsoft Teams, Outlook, Word, Whiteboard, and the Loop app.

Loop pages are flexible canvases in the Loop app where you can bring together people and all your components, links, tasks, and data. Loop pages can start small and continue to grow to match the size of your ideas. Loop pages can be shared across M365 apps as a link or as an embedded Loop component.

Loop workspaces are shared spaces that allow you and your team to see and group everything important to your project, making it easy for you to catch up on what everyone is working on and track progress toward shared goals.

How do I use Loop components in other apps?

Loop components are currently supported in Microsoft Teams, Outlook, Word for the web, and Whiteboard. Choose one of the links below to learn more:

Microsoft Teams

First things to know about Loop components in Microsoft Teams

Send a Loop component in Teams chat


Use Loop components in Outlook


Use Loop components in OneNote  

Word for the web

Use Loop components in Word for the web


Loop components in Whiteboard

Ready to try it?

Get started with Loop today by signing in with your personal or work account at, or start with a Loop template.

Want to give feedback?

During this preview we want to hear from you to help improve your experience – so send us your feedback in the app to help us shape the journey.

In the bottom right corner, select Help > Give feedback.

Giving feedback in Microsoft Loop

On Android or iOS, tap your profile picture at the top left to find Help and feedback.

Known Issues

Note: Microsoft Loop doesn't support external sharing for guests or external users; plans to build these features are in progress.

There are a few known issues with the Loop app. We'll work to keep this page updated as we identify and fix issues.

  • Error: Oops! We couldn't save the Loop workspace and pages you've created.They'll be lost as soon as you refresh or navigate away from this page. Copy anything from them you want to keep and paste it somewhere else. Then, please try to create this workspace again.

    • Possible solutions (using Loop with your Microsoft Account):

      • You need to sign into with your Microsoft Account. Once you've signed in one time, everything that Loop needs from Outlook can be set up the next time you try to use Loop.

    • Possible solutions (using Loop with your Organization ID):

      • You need to have an Exchange Online mailbox associated with your Organization ID. Once you've been provisioned an Exchange Online mailbox, and you've signed into it one time, everything that Loop needs from Exchange Online can be set up the next time you try to use Loop. Work with your Microsoft 365 administrator or your help desk to ensure you have an active Exchange Online mailbox.

      • You need to have at least read access to your organization's SharePoint Online root site. We are working on a long-term solution to not require this. Until then, work with your Microsoft 365 administrator or your help desk to ensure you have a minimum of read access to the root site.

Need more help?

Want to ask or answer questions about Microsoft Loop? Chat with others who are using Loop? Visit the Microsoft Answers community for Microsoft Loop here!

Contact Support 
For help with your Microsoft account and subscriptions, visit Account & Billing Help

For technical support, go to Contact Microsoft Support, enter your problem and select Get Help. If you still need help, select Contact Support to be routed to the best support option.

Discover how administrators can access assistance for a Microsoft 365 Business subscription by reaching out to our support team.

Note: While the Loop App is in Public Preview, customers in Japan or Korea will receive support in English. 

Frequently asked questions

You can use the Loop app on the web, iOS, and Android.

You can use Loop components in Teams, Outlook, Word for the web, and Whiteboard.

Loop does not cost any money during the public preview. There are some limits during the public preview, which you can learn more about here.

Check out the instructions in our blog: Learn how to enable the Microsoft Loop app.

Need more help?

Want more options?

Explore subscription benefits, browse training courses, learn how to secure your device, and more.

Communities help you ask and answer questions, give feedback, and hear from experts with rich knowledge.

Was this information helpful?

What affected your experience?
By pressing submit, your feedback will be used to improve Microsoft products and services. Your IT admin will be able to collect this data. Privacy Statement.

Thank you for your feedback!