In this thread I realized that 'loop someone in' does not fit in the scenario of inviting someone into a WhatsApp group for an intermittent discussion, and the idiomatic expression should be 'keep someone in the loop'.
But how to express that opposite? For instance, someone is too annoying in the group sending irrelevant messages now and then, and the moderator just removes them from the chat group. Are the following phrases appropriate?
- leave someone out of the loop
- cut someone out of the loop
- take someone out of the loop
- remove someone out of the loop
Or there are more native ways to talk about it?