11-10-2017 05:04 AM
11-10-2017 06:05 AM
I'm not seeing it either in Office Insiders 1711 version, so it's not just you!
This is how it should work by the way for anyone else looking out for it:
11-10-2017 08:42 AM
You'll need to be on 1710 onwards to have any chance of seeing this feature, as it's listed as a new feature in that version.
1705 is the Deferred channel and even in the next feature update in January I don't think will have this option as it's based on version 1708. You might need to switch to the Monthly Channel to get access earlier rather than later.
It seems this feature is still being rolled out anyway, as @Juan Carlos González Martín has confirmed it doesn't seem to be available right now.
11-10-2017 08:55 AM - edited 11-10-2017 08:55 AM
On my laptop I'm on 1710 monthly and don't see it also. I checked the license once more, because the device itself is connected to another Azure AD organisation as the O365 Pro Plus is coming from.
So I'll stay tuned :-)
01-09-2018 12:04 PM
I also do not have the option to export to Stream. I've gone to the "File"--> "Export" option and Stream is not an option. I've gone to the "Recording" tab but there is no option for uploading to Stream. I tried to re-install Powerpoint using my Office 365 apps (where Stream is included) but nothing changed.
01-09-2018 01:21 PM
Same here, I'm on 1801 Insider and there is no sign of it. Wonder when it will appear? I think we just have to be patient at this point.
03-07-2018 03:50 AM
I am on version 1709 and missing it also. We have a number of staff and students who do have it though.
07-23-2018 05:19 AM
You need to make sure you're "signed in" to PowerPoint 2016 as an Office 365 user. I initially was signed with my Microsoft account and it wasn't visible. When I signed in with my Office 365 account, it suddenly appeared.
07-23-2018 08:04 AM
Thank you for getting back to me
I tried what you said. I was already logged into my enterprise's OneDrive account but I added a second service which was my enterprise office 365 account. I am using PowerPoint version 1803 (build 9126.2259 click to run)
Still don't see the option Publish to Microsoft Stream under file > export menu.
Restarted my computer but it didn't make a difference.
If you can think of anything else, please let me know. I'm creating a video for teachers at my school to use this option. I include the screen print that includes publish to Microsoft stream but I tell the teachers in the video that I can't get it to work at this time.
Thanks for your help.
10-11-2018 04:58 AM
I am not seeing the publish to Stream either I am on version: 1803 (Build 9126.2282 Click-to-Run)
I am signed into Office 365 - company on E5 plan. I tried to open the PowerPoint Online, but recording is not an option (I don't often use the online versions of Office :-)).
Anything we can do to make it appear? I really, really need it to promote using Stream in a more "casual" manner in my organisation.
Thanks in advance.
10-11-2018 05:24 AM
Can you see "Publish to Stream" under File -> Options -> Customize Ribbon -> All Tabs as below?
10-11-2018 05:28 AM
No. I did open that setting and I do not have any stream in there :-(
10-11-2018 05:37 AM
I assume so, since I can use Stream - I have uploded videos and created channels. Also this morning I was promoted to Stream Admin - I see the admin part of Stream now. I have not rebooted the computer after I was made admin, but I am not really sure it should make a difference?
10-11-2018 06:03 AM
Great. I don't think that'll make a difference.
What about under File -> Account - > Connected Services
Do you see Sites and OneDrive signed in with your Office 365 credentials?
10-11-2018 06:11 AM
Yes, I am signed in. I have both OneDrive organisation, OneDrive personal and Sites organisation listed. Also I can add a service, but not Stream. I can add Storage: Office 365 Sharepoint, OneDrive. I can add Other Sites; Microsoft Account. I can add Office Store.
That is it... :-(
10-11-2018 06:58 AM
OK. Thanks. I think we're nearly there as I see you mentioned you're also signed into OneDrive - Personal. As I mentioned a few posts above, on that same screen Files -> Account, under User Information, this must be your Office 365 account. If you have a user account with the same email address for OneDrive Personal and OneDrive Work this can be tricky to determine which is which.
You may need to sign out and sign back in or Switch account using the links under User Information.
10-12-2018 04:26 AM
I am signed in to PowerPoint as my work account(official E5 licensed Office 365 account). I have all the time been signed as my work account - Not my personal account (they are very different emails). I am also signed in on my computer as my work account.
In Powerpoint I have all the time been able to see under account; user information: my work account email address (and of course my name :-))
Today I removed the service "oneDrive personal" and closed powerpoint. Then I opend again with no change.
No change to the customize ribbon - still the same as yesterday. No change to the Recording tab - same options as yesterday.
I will reboot later - don't have the time right now :-) and see if it helps.
10-12-2018 05:34 AM - edited 10-24-2018 06:43 AM
Well done for persisting. It looks like it's not a usual issue I've encountered yet. I'm interested to see how it is resolved as it could well be an issue that crops up for many of the institutions I work with.
I'm clutching at straws here but could it be the region and language you're using may not be supported? I'm in UK with English UK.
10-12-2018 05:42 AM
I am in Denmark, but I have english menus in office - I also seem to remember that I set my Office 365 language settings to English (not sure if it is US or UK...) So in my appliactions and in Office 365 my language is English.
Perhaps I just need to wait... Even though I think Stream Publish should have rolled out by now.
Thanks for trying to help @Philemon Burney.
I will try again Monday and see what happens, because I really would love to have that option in PowerPoint :-)
10-23-2018 05:52 AM
I went to the help counter at a Microsoft store in Boston. They also could not figure out why I didn't have the "publish to Microsoft Stream" in PowerPoint 2016. They suggested I email the problem to Microsoft support but nobody from Microsoft answered me.
My school's MIS dept also doesn't know why our teachers can't get it on their computers either.
10-24-2018 01:50 AM
Yesterday I got my update channel changed to Monthly (it used to be semi-annual) and I also got an update of my office so I now have Version 1809 (Build 10827.20181 Chck-to-Run). Now I see the Stream option. So perhaps the version with the option is NOT the one sited by MS, but rather 1809 :-/