be in the loop

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be in the loop

To be informed about and/or involved in something, such as a plan or project, especially that which involves or pertains to a specific group. We've hired a new intern to help you with data entry, so she needs to be in the loop about the project too.
See also: loop

be in the loop

  (American informal)
to have the special knowledge or power that belongs to a particular group of people You can tell she's in the loop. She always knows about policy decisions before the rest of us. (American informal)
See also: loop