How to embed Microsoft Loop pages in SharePoint

Microsoft Loop is a game-changer in collaboration, communication, and information sharing within teams and across organizations. With its intuitive interface and robust capabilities, Loop has revolutionized the way we work together within Microsoft 365, enabling seamless content creation and management.

To bring collaboration to the next level and to take advantage of your intranet in this blog post I’m showing how you can embed Microsoft Loop pages in SharePoint pages.

Microsoft Loop in SharePoint pages

To take advantage of Microsoft Loop in SharePoint you should do the following:

  1. Open the Microsoft Loop page you want to embed in SharePoint
  2. At the top right corner click on Share
  3. On the menu click on Loop component
    Microsoft Loop in SharePoint pages
  4. Click Settings to adjust the permissions to your needs and define who will have access to this Loop page
  5. Click Copy to get the link to the Loop page in your clipboard
    Microsoft Loop in SharePoint pages
  6. Open the SharePoint page where you want to add the Loop component and click Edit
  7. Add the Embed web part to the page
    Microsoft Loop in SharePoint pages
  8. Instead of pasting the URL of the loop page directly let’s use an iframe tag instead. Use the code below and replace the value in the src attribute
    <iframe src="FORM_URL" height="700px" width="100%"></iframe>
    Microsoft Loop in SharePoint pages
  9. Save the page and Publish it

Every user will be able to access and contribute to the loop component directly from your intranet and you can add more resources to the page to complement the information in Microsoft Loop.

Microsoft Loop in SharePoint pages

In conclusion, the integration of Microsoft Loop pages within your SharePoint intranet is a transformative step towards enhancing collaboration, knowledge sharing, and productivity within your organization. By seamlessly embedding Loop components in your intranet, you empower every user to access and contribute to the wealth of information and insights stored in Loop pages.

2 Responses to “How to embed Microsoft Loop pages in SharePoint”

  1. Manuel

    October 18, 2023

    Thanks for this post I really like this feature as there are many use cases in my company.

    One question: how did you achieve to embed the loop component without displaying the left navigation bar?

    I just tried to embed a loop workspace as component as well to embed a sole loop component (copied from a teams chat).

    Thank you!

    • João Ferreira

      November 16, 2023

      Hi Manuel,

      As far as I know is not possible to embed components as Microsoft Teams app does.
      To embed a component created in a Teams chat you will need to add it first to a workspace and then embed the workspace. This approach will always show the loop navigation.


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