Microsoft yesterday unveiled the "Loop" app, which is the new brand of Microsoft Fluid and in simple language users can use it They can work together on office files. This feature was previously offered as a test for Office Online, but now Microsoft Loop is set to offer more features for collaborating on different files.
Like the Fluid framework, the App Loop also has a Components are what Microsoft refers to as atomic units of productivity. The Components section can contain a variety of contents such as menus, notes, or other items that you can then sync with each other in the Loop Pages section.
Finally, we should refer to the Loop Workspaces section, In it you can see a list of all the sections, pages and people who are working on them. After the introduction of this service, many sites have pointed out its similarity to the Google Wave service. Of course, Microsoft seems to have been a little more focused on this service than Google's efforts.
For example, the basic idea of the Fluid framework now makes sense because of the remoteness of organizations and companies, the ability to share and edit different files has become much more important. Google Wave was a solution to the problem at the time, but Microsoft Loop, despite its apparent complexity, is addressing a growing problem that many office workers and organizations are struggling with.
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