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M365 Changelog: (Updated) Loop components in Outlook Mail Preview

Author avatar - Rabia Noureen

Rabia Noureen

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MC360766 – Updated June 2, 2022: Microsoft has updated the content with additional details.

Loop components are live, interactive, collaborative objects that you can embed in team chats and now also on emails. When you send a Loop component, everyone in the email can edit it inline—and see changes instantly. That means you can collaborate right inside an email message. To give it a try, compose a new email or reply to an existing one and insert a Loop component via the toolbar or copy and paste components between email and Teams chats. 

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This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 93234

When this will happen:

Microsoft will begin rolling out to Outlook on the web Targeted release and Outlook Windows desktop Current Channel (Preview) in late May (previously early May) and expect it to be completed by late June (previously late May).

General availability of Loop components in Outlook for Web and Windows desktop is expected to begin in July.

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How this will affect your organization:

Users will be alerted of the new feature via a teaching callout and start using loop components to collaborate. No other Outlook features will be affected. 

Users can compose a new email or reply to an existing one and insert a loop component via the toolbar or copy and paste components between email and team chats.

Loop components in Outlook
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What you need to do to prepare:

Loop components are enabled by default to organizations. Loop components do not currently support eDiscovery workflows. If your organization leverages eDiscovery workflows, evaluate the risks. To disable this feature for your organization, follow the instruction outlined in this article: Manage Loop components in SharePoint

To learn more about loop components and how your organization could better leverage them. Consider reading: First things to know about Loop components
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