Microsoft Loop
TypeCollaboration software

Microsoft Loop is an online collaboration platform developed by Microsoft.[1] Loop was officially announced on 2 November 2021 as an addition to Microsoft 365 suite of apps.[2]

According to The Verge, Loop provides "blocks of collaborative text or content that can live independently and be copied, pasted, and shared freely."[3]

Microsoft Loop supports a maximum of 50 users editing a workspace at the same time.[4]

Similar to Notion, it includes workspaces and pages where users can import and organize tasks, projects, and documents. However, it also uses shareable components that allow content from Loop to be turned into a real-time block of content that can be pasted into Microsoft Teams, Outlook, Word on the web, Whiteboard. It also features the ability to use Microsoft's AI Copilot.[5]


  1. ^ Warren, Tom (2021-11-02). "Microsoft Loop is a new Office app for the hybrid work era". The Verge. Retrieved 2021-11-02.
  2. ^ Novet, Jordan (2021-11-02). "Microsoft launches Loop, an Office app for helping workers stay on top of projects". CNBC. Retrieved 2021-11-02.
  3. ^ Warren, Tom (17 March 2023). "Microsoft's new Copilot will change Office documents forever". The Verge. Retrieved 23 March 2023.
  4. ^ "Loop is Microsoft's futuristic anti-Notion to try now!" (in Italian). March 23, 2023.
  5. ^ "Reinventing collaboration with AI in Microsoft Loop". TECHCOMMUNITY.MICROSOFT.COM. 2023-03-22. Retrieved 2023-03-27.