A Quick First Look at Loop in Outlook for Web

I was very excited to note that Loop had appeared in my Outlook for web mail compose window, so  had a quick “play”.

The button is on the ribbon at the top and tollbar at the bottom of the message compose screen. 

Accessibility note: This post relies on the images to make the points.  If you are using a screen reader, it is not suitable for you at present.  I will add proper Alt text on this or a more detailed Loop blog later.  My apologies at this time that the post is not suitable for you.

Which shall I try, oooh Q&A is new, I’ll try that one.  A quick click adds the Loop component to my message.  As it’s a first time use, up pops a little reminder about what a Loop component is.

So now to test it out.  Add a couple of questions and send off the email.

Turns out I still cannot share with external people, but internal worked fine.

So to answer the questions I set:

Published by sfennah

I am a freelance learning professional with over 22 years’ experience including holding 30+ Microsoft certifications and Microsoft Certified Trainer status since 2008.

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