How can you best stay in the loop? By using portable components that stay in sync and move freely with you and your colleagues across content and conversation.
On this episode, we get loop'y with Microsoft Loop. Chris and I chat with Greg Howard -- Principal product manager for Microsoft Loop and Fluid Framework (Office Experience Organization at Microsoft). Greg takes us through what Loop is - including common use scenarios, how it adds value throughout Microsoft 365, what's out now (Loop components), behind-the-scenes integration work (OneDrive component storage), and insights into what comes next.
It's gonna be Loop-the-loop thrill ride! Hop on.
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During the Microsoft 365 Conference opening keynote, my colleague, @Stephen Rose, and I collaborated on an agenda Loop component. The screenshot below shows what it looks like from the Microsoft Teams desktop client. During the live demo, Stephen was up on stage with a laptop, and I was behind the stage adding items to the agenda via my mobile device. Fun to demo the new tech, and truly seamless in how it worked - to build an agenda with Stephen in real-time - and have a little fun.
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