How To Record On Teams

Welcome to this blog post, where we'll be discussing everything you need to know about recording on Teams. Teams is a great collaboration tool that allows remote workers to communicate, share files, and work together in real-time. With Teams, you can record meetings, tutorials and much more.

  1. Steps to record on Teams
  2. Things to Consider
    1. Recording Permissions
    2. Storage Space
    3. Recording Policy
  3. Accessing Recorded Meetings
  4. Conclusion

Steps to record on Teams

Recording on Teams is pretty straightforward. Just follow these steps:

  1. Start or join a meeting on Teams
  2. Click on the "..." button at the bottom of the screen
  3. Select "Start Recording"
  4. A red icon will appear on the top right corner of the screen, which means that the meeting is being recorded
  5. To stop the recording, click on the "..." button again and select "Stop Recording"

Things to Consider

Before you start recording on Teams, there are a few key factors to keep in mind:

Recording Permissions

Make sure you have the necessary permissions from the host of the meeting to record the session. Only meeting participants with the "Presenter" role or higher can initiate recordings on Teams.

Storage Space

Since the recordings are saved to Microsoft Stream, a cloud-based video sharing service, you will need enough storage space in Stream to accommodate the video file.

Recording Policy

Your organization might have specific policies about recording meetings. It's important to familiarize yourself with these policies before you start recording.

Accessing Recorded Meetings

Once the meeting is over and you have stopped the recording, it will be saved to Microsoft Stream. The meeting host or anyone with the appropriate permissions can access the recording by:

  1. Going to the Teams Chat for the meeting
  2. Clicking on the "Open recording" link in the chat window
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Recording on Teams is a great feature that can be useful in many scenarios. However, before you start recording, make sure you have permission and consider any policies or regulations that may apply. Once you've completed the recording, it's easy to access and share the saved file with meeting participants or others who need it. Happy recording!

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