Microsoft Loop has just started its journey, but it seems that he does it with a firm step. The goal is that we can integrate these components anywhere. That is why the mail from Outlook is undergoing a total renewal, to be able to adapt to the evolution of email. Now, thanks to the fact that we are using the Outlook preview, we have been able to discover the arrival of new components, the first of third-party applications. Today we already know that Jira and Trello are going to be components of Loop very soon.
Trello and Jira, the first components of Loop
In order to find this curious detail we have to attach a Loop component to our email and insert another component within the component. It may seem confusing, but it’s actually relatively simple. We attach a screenshot so you can see the result in question.
As we can see, a new option called apps. This section is called integrate multiple apps from different services that will help us integrate them with any Microsoft 365 app. This is the vision of the Microsoft 365 team, and now we’re starting to see what it was.
The development of something similar to Teams applications, which integrate anywhere, is very interesting. However, Loop components have fewer barriers and we can see them in: Outlook, Teams, Whiteboard and other apps.
Now Microsoft must be careful, too long a list of applications or components can be a problem. Being able to scare away the user who lands on these components. We will see how they solve this problem to facilitate the use of Loop components among everyone.