Think, plan, and create together with Microsoft Loop templates
Start with one of these Microsoft Loop templates, complete with helpful starter content, and customize it to perfectly fit your project. Then, invite others to your workspace so everyone can contribute and collaborate in real time.
Bring your team and ideas together in one place with Microsoft Loop
Go from chaos to clarity with any project with Microsoft Loop and Loop page templates. Here's how:
1. Find the perfect Loop template
2. Customize your workspace
3. Invite others to collaborate
Let's co-create in Microsoft Loop
Frequently asked questions
Microsoft Loop is an online collaboration tool that transforms how people work. It brings together teams of people, content, and tasks across everyone's apps and devices. Loop has three elements:
Loop components are portable pieces of content that stay in sync across all the places they are shared. This makes it easy to collaborate in the flow of work—on a Loop page or in a chat, email, meeting, or document. Loop components 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 Microsoft 365 apps as a link or as an embedded Loop component.
Loop workspaces are shared spaces where you and your team can see and group everything important to your project, making it easy to catch up on what everyone is working on and track progress toward shared goals.
Yes, the Microsoft Loop app is currently a public preview and is free, but there are limits on the size of Microsoft Loop workspaces to prevent misuse. These limitations can change at any time in the future. For more information, visit Loop app Public Preview limits
First, find a Microsoft Loop template you like by browsing the templates on this page or entering keywords into the search box. Once you've found one you like, select it then select the Customize in Loop button. The template will open in Microsoft Loop (you may be asked to sign in with your personal or work account), where you can customize it however you want. When you're done customizing, invite others to your Loop workspace so everyone can collaborate.
Loop is part of Microsoft 365, and it's free to use. Visit the Loop site and sign in with your personal or work account to start your own Loop workspace: https://loop.microsoft.com