Microsoft is adding more integral components of Loop app, to Teams and its Outlook email program. Loop was introduced last year to offer users a canvas with portable components that stay in sync across apps. Microsoft created it to facilitate project collaboration among users of other Office applications.
As a result, Loop is the application with “components” that work with Teams, Outlook, and OneNote. Microsoft revealed last month that by utilizing already-existing Adaptive Cards, developers may design their own Loop components.
Developers now have a consistent method of exchanging UI material thanks to adaptive cards. Zoho for Teams and Outlook both make use of it. Microsoft Teams’ chat function already has the additional components, and Outlook will soon have them as well.