How do I enable Microsoft Loop


Overview of steps


  1. Create Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) security group that contains all the users in your organization who you want to grant access to the Loop app during Public Preview.
  2. Sign in to the Microsoft 365 Apps admin center and create a Cloud Policy configuration, scoped to the AAD security group you created above, to enable the Loop app. 
  3. Wait an hour or so for the policy to propagate and log in to Loop!
  4. Ensure your firewall rules allow all the appropriate services.

A. Creating a security group

Add a security group


  1. In the Microsoft 365 admin center, go to the Groups > Groups page.
  2. On the Groups page, select Add a group.
  3. On the Choose a group type page, choose Security.
  4. Follow the steps to complete creation of the group.


Add members to a security group


  1. Select the security group name on the Groups page, and on the Members tab, select View all and manage members.
  2. In the group pane, select Add members and choose the person from the list or type the name of the person you want to add in the Search box, and then select Save.

Note: To remove members, select [X] next to their name.

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B. Creating a Cloud Policy

The instructions below assume you have already created a security group as instructed above. Please note, Cloud Policy requires a Security group, you cannot create the group in


1. Login into with your administrator account and choose Customization > Policy Management > Create to create a new policy configuration in your tenant. You can name the policy as you please. In the example below, we named it, "Loop Policy":

 2. For the scope, select This policy configuration applies to users in the specified group, then select the Azure AD security group that contains the users you want to enable the Loop app for. In the example below, we used the previously created Loop app security group. Note: Each policy configuration can only be assigned to one group, and each group can only be assigned one policy configuration. 

3. Configure the Loop app policy, "Create and view Loop files in Loop."

a. Note: If you also need to change the default configuration of Loop component integrations across Microsoft 365 apps (they are all ON by default if you do nothing), or specifically need to change the default configuration of Loop components in Outlook (they are ON by default if you do nothing), this is the same part of the process where you would configure.

b. Note: Also, if you have disabled some of the green highlighted feedback features, please reset them to default or enable them in order to ensure that your organization can send high quality and actionable feedback to Microsoft product engineering team. Specifically, the three items highlighted in green in the image below: “Allow users to submit feedback to Microsoft,” “Allow users to include screenshots and attachments when they submit feedback to Microsoft,” and “Allow user to include log files and content samples when they submit feedback to Microsoft.

Refer below screenshot To Enable any policy 

4. Click Save.

5. Log into to test.

It may take from 1 hour to 48 hours to enable the Loop service.