Microsoft have recently announced their new, transformative co-creation experience called Loop that brings together teams, content and tasks across your tools and devices. Loop combines a powerful and flexible canvas with portable components that move freely and stay in sync across all applications — enabling teams to think, plan, and create together. Coupled with ‘Microsoft Co-pilot‘ the loop app has the potential to transform collaborative working.
To get started you can head to loop.microsoft.com and sign in with your Work or School account, you will probably receive the message ‘The Loop app is not available in your organisation”
To fix this your admin first needs to enable these features, if that’s you, read on.
Head to config.office.com and expand Customisation > Policy Management
Create a new policy and name it accordingly.
For the Scope Select the group of Azure AD users you wish to give access too
Under Policy Settings, search for Create and View the following 3 settings should be set to enabled.
Create and view Loop files in Microsoft apps that support Loop
Create and view Loop files in Outlook
Create and View Loop files in Loop
Click Next and Create.
That’s it, it may take an hour or two to sync up but you should now be able to login at loop.microsoft.com
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