I think it was the right strategy to launch Loop as components in a Teams Chat experience first. One of the core tenants of Loop is that you will be able to share Loop content across many Loop-aware applications, such as Outlook and OneNote. As we use Loop in Teams chat, we become familiar with co-authoring and collaboration embedded in our conversations. We begin to form an awareness when opportunities arise to start a Loop, wherever the conversation is, and start collaborating. If Loop had launched as a full app, we would probably focus on starting Loops from the Loop app. It would take longer for us to form a habit of starting a Loop in a conversation.