Starting on Monday, Aug. 16, Microsoft Teams meeting video recordings will no longer save to the Microsoft Stream video platform.
Microsoft is requiring this move and will use two destinations for video recordings:
- Teams channel meetings will be saved to the Microsoft Teams site under the channel’s “files” tab in the “recordings” folder.
- Teams meetings scheduled via Outlook will be saved on the OneDrive for Business of the person who selected the “start recording” option in the meeting. All people who were invited to the meeting will have access to the recording.
Videos currently residing on Microsoft Stream will stay there until a method is available to move them to one of the two new solutions described above.
Here are a few reasons for this change:
- You may now share Teams meeting recordings with persons outside of Marquette University.
- The move makes sharing access easier and offers faster video availability than Microsoft Stream.
Learn more about the change at the IT Services Microsoft Teams support website or contact the IT Services Help Desk.