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Export Loop tables to Excel in Loop

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Hi, Microsoft 365 Insiders! My name is Srishti Talwar, and I’m a Product Manager on the Loop team. I’m excited to announce that, based on your feedback, you can now export Loop tables to Excel! 

Export Loop tables to Excel in Loop

When you’re collaborating as a team on a project, you may choose to add Loop tables to gather data and perform calculations. You can now export the tables to applications such as Excel so you can leverage its capabilities to perform any needed calculations.

To ensure compatibility, Loop’s table data type is mapped to the most relevant format in Excel.

How it works 

1. In your favorite browser, go to loop.microsoft.com, and then open an existing table or create one and add relevant information to your project.

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Insert table in Loop

2. Select the six-dot menu on the table and select Export to Excel.

Loop tables in Excel screenshotExport to Excel command

After a few moments, the Excel worksheet is created in your OneDrive and in SharePoint. 


To use this feature, you’ll need:  

  • An active Microsoft 365 subscription. 
  • A Microsoft 365 commercial license – E3 or E5. 


This feature is available to all Microsoft 365 subscribers at https://loop.microsoft.com.


We’d love to hear from you! Please click the question mark button in the bottom right corner of the app window and click, Give Feedback. 

Give feedback window.Please include #ExportToExcel in your comments so that we can easily find your input about the feature.