Recording Teams meetings and sharing the recording
Saving Teams recordings and sharing
You can record a Teams meeting by clicking “More options” (three points) and selecting Start Recording.
You will also stop recording from the same point choosing Stop Recording.
NOTE! The storage location for Teams recordings changed in February 2021, and the recordings will no longer go to Stream but to either OneDrive or SharePoint, as follows:
- A meeting recording that has been ”created” with a meeting invitation goes to the meeting host’s personal OneDrive, as well as Meet now meetings. There is a folder Recordings in OneDrive, where recordings are found and can be shared.
- Team’s channel meeting’s recording can be found from Teams channel’s chat and is saved to SharePoint. Channel meeting’s recording is in team’s folder in SharePoint. You can find it from the Files tab. The text found behind the” three dots” confusingly suggests to OneDrive.
The recording’s viewing rights can be administered either from OneDrive or SharePoint. Also, sharing the recordings can be done from these applications.
Teams recordings (before 2/2021)
Teams recordings made before February 2021 can still be found from the Microsoft Stream video service. Also, links to the Teams canal or the video links in the meeting chat feed will work as before.
More functions can be found from behind the three dots. You can open the recording from Steam to modify the settings. From Share-option, you can share the video with the members of your organization.
Note! Without you sharing the video, only the team/channel members or participants in the meeting can see the video. So if you want the video to be seen by others, you need to share it. You can share the video with everyone in your organization or with specific people in your organization.
If you want to share it outside of your organization, you must first download the video to your computer and export it to such a video service where you can share it outside of your organization.
Sharing a recording in Stream service
You can access the Stream service from Office 365 App launcher. If Stream is not visible right away, you can find All apps.
On the Stream, the main page is My content. Under that, there are Videos where you find and modify your Stream videos.
In the end of each video row, there is a pencil icon, where you can modify each video’s settings, e.g., sharing.
By choosing to Allow everyone in your company to view this video, you can share the video with your organization’s members.
If you want to share the video with specific members of your organization, choose People, write the name of the person, click on the magnifying glass and select the person in question.
You can make a person an Owner when he can, e.g., share the video onwards. Display gives only the right to view the video.
Remember to click the Apply button so that the changes you made become valid.
Read more from Microsoft support site
Record a meeting in Teams (Microsoft support)