Microsoft Loop is a new Office app built for collaborative work | Engadget

Now that we're all working across multiple documents online, it makes sense to have a way to synchronize elements within those files. Microsoft Loop, a new Office collaboration app announced today, takes the company's Fluid Framework vision one step further. A table you create in Outlook, for example, would instantly update if someone plugs it into a Word document and adds new information. You can organize your Components in Loop Pages, a new type of document that can also include files and links. According to Microsoft, "Workspaces make it easy for you to catch up on what everyone is working on, react to others ideas, or track progress toward shared goals. Until then, though, you can expect to see Loop components coming to Teams, Outlook, OneNote and other Microsoft 365 apps later this month.Please enter a valid email address They can include anything from as a list to a complex Dynamics 365 project, all of which will stay in sync when they're deployed in Office apps.
Microsoft Loop, a new Office collaboration app announced today, takes the company's Fluid Framework vision one step further. You might remember that technology from Microsoft's recent developer event… [+1973 chars]