June 20th, 2022
Microsoft have provided a revised date for when changes will take place to where Teams meeting recordings are stored.
From Monday 4 July 2022, new meeting recordings will continue to appear in the Teams Chat but will not be stored in Microsoft Stream, they will instead be stored directly in your OneDrive or Teams Channel.
Following our previous message about the addition of expiry dates to meeting recordings, expiry dates will not be applied at this stage. This will give you time to become comfortable with this initial change.
We will share further details when Microsoft introduce expiry dates to recordings.
Your old meeting recordings will remain in Microsoft Stream (now called ‘Classic Stream’). These recordings will not move from here.
Any new meeting recordings you make from Monday 4 July 2022 will be stored directly within Microsoft 365:
This change will enable you to share recordings quickly and easily, including externally, using OneDrive, SharePoint and Teams.
When someone records a meeting, that recording will continue to be made available within the Meeting Chat. What’s new is that by default people who attend and people who were invited will gain access to it. It is also possible to share recorded meetings with external attendees as well.
As the recorded meeting is a video file (an MP4 file), those videos will be visible in portal.office.com, OneDrive or the Teams Channel.
The following applies to all your meeting recordings:
For more detailed information and advice and if you need to take further action, please visit the dedicated SharePoint site here.
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