Microsoft has taken the wraps off of Loop, the company’s online collaboration tool, making it available in public preview.
Microsoft bills Loops as: “Designed for co-creation, it brings your team and ideas together in one place.” The tool aims to help users share, collaborate, and stay organized.
According to the company, the app has been designed from the ground up to fit in with the changed work environment many find themselves in:
But the way we work together has gone through significant changes over time. Now, in our current landscape, we encounter more ambiguity and uncertainty than ever, requiring us to co-create in fast-paced and dynamic environments. We need tools that embrace the messiness of our creative process and can adapt to our ever-evolving needs.
That’s why we developed Microsoft Loop. At its core, Microsoft Loop is about people—people who want to create together with ease, no matter where they are or what tools they use. It’s a transformative co-creation experience that brings together teams, content, and tasks across your tools and devices. We’ve previously shared the three key parts of Microsoft Loop: components, workspaces, and pages. The new Loop app is where you can access all of these.
The new app is available on the web, as well as Android and iOS.