How to get Microsoft Loop Working in Outlook (Desktop)

In this Outlook training video, we’ll show you how to get Loop components working in your emails. If Loop isn’t working, you may see the Loop icon in the ribbon while creating a new Mail, but it will be greyed out. To get it working, you’ll need a Microsoft Business account.

What is Microsoft Loop?

Loop is much like OneNote, but you also have the ability to create components, such as tables and lists, which you can share across multiple Microsoft applications. In Outlook, you can create Loop components and email them to your team, allowing near instant collaboration on whatever component you decide create.

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