Microsoft Loop will be a new addition to the project management and collaboration space, offering tools like Jira and Trello, as announced via Twitter (X). Users can update their Jira and Trello boards without leaving Loop. Earlier this month, it was announced that Microsoft had launched the official Microsoft Loop app for Windows PCs.
Exciting news! 📢 Introducing integrations with @Jira and @Trello! Now, managing projects in Loop is easier than ever as you can update your Jira and Trello boards without leaving Loop. This is just the first step towards more exciting integrations coming your way. #NewInLoop pic.twitter.com/esjrLpXMzV
— Microsoft Loop (@MicrosoftLoop) August 14, 2023
While this integration is on its way, one of the users showed their desire for Figma and Miro implementation, to which Microsoft Loop replied
supposedly depicting that they have noted it down.
What are Microsoft Loop, Jira, and Trello?
Microsoft Loop is a collaborative workspace platform that combines notes, tasks, and code for efficient teamwork.
Jira is a tool for managing projects used by software development, IT, and customer service teams. Jira has a more extended history and was initially focused on bug tracking. Still, it has since evolved into a comprehensive project management tool widely used by software development teams.
Trello is a Kanban board tool that helps teams visualize their work and track their progress.