03-09-2020 11:18 PM
03-09-2020 11:18 PM
How can I share video recording to external using Microsoft stream?
I find myself as video owner cannot add more email addressed under Update Video Detail - > permissions.
03-10-2020 01:44 AM - edited 03-10-2020 02:01 AMSolution
@Patrick_lky Hi, this isn’t possible at the moment, if your asking can you share videos externally, this is on the roadmap, due towards the end of the year (Q4) though:
Microsoft Stream: Public anonymous external video sharing
Allow individual videos in Microsoft Stream to be marked for external public access allowing people to view the videos without a login. Stream admins will be able to control if this feature is enabled and who within the organization can make videos publicly available.
Just to add, it’s not clear if the above feature will allow you to add external email address to provide access to particular guests only, you’d think that would be an option.
This link also provides a bit more context:
This error occurs because Stream can't currently share to external users.
To work around this issue, store the video in another location. For example, add the video to a SharePoint Online or OneDrive for Business Library location that enables external sharing, and then share the video to the external users.
05-14-2020 05:49 AM
I have been following Featured ID: 27728 for over 2 years now, it was one of the reasons I signing up for O365, it's quite maddening to watch a feature update get pushed back and back and back and back, time and time again. I am a Digital Producer, I produce mostly bands and music talent, and my tenant is small. I have been using stream to document all of my recordings, but they are locked in a box, and I can't share without moving it around. it would be nice to get an actual answer about it, instead of being pushed to Featured ID: 27728... and having someone read... "oh, we are working on it", no your not, you just reading a rebuttal, Microsoft just keeps pushing it down the road... and will continue to.
05-18-2020 02:56 AM
@Matt Haysagree. Microsoft needs to make it much easier to collaborate with third parties using Teams.
05-29-2020 01:26 AM
@Patrick_lky Yeah we really need this feature and its pretty silly that we don't. I get asked about this weekly from users and its crazy to people you can record a meeting in Teams but the guest users on the meeting can't view the recording. Just stupid.
06-02-2020 04:20 AM
@Patrick_lky This is soooo crazy. How can we get Microsoft to make this change ASAP and make stream video's public?
06-03-2020 06:52 AM - edited 06-03-2020 06:53 AM
@Matt Hays @microsoft_developers: I am an admin user in two companies using O365. I am not able to share the videos even between two O365 accounts. This is really strange and even more: blocking. Especially if you thing that the stream is just kind of file sitting somewhere!!!
06-12-2020 06:45 AM
06-16-2020 02:27 PM
@Cian Allner please hurry with this feature... we are trying really hard to move away from Zoom but Microsoft lacking feature parity in Teams is making it very difficult. Sharing recorded videos with meeting participants either internally or externally is a total must... it should be easy to do too... downloading, uploading to onedrive/sharepoint, and then sharing is completely awful and not tenable.
07-23-2020 12:27 PM
08-12-2020 07:36 PM
You mention that workaround to share video to external is to first copy video on onedrive .. but how do you do that ?
Could find any resource that explain this.
08-13-2020 01:00 AM
Sure, I download the recording to my local drive or downloads and then I upload this to OneDrive in a public folder and provide a weblink for external users to access this file.
08-13-2020 02:17 AM
@paulpaxtechnologycom @sangd Yeah its not an ideal solution but it works. But you are bypassing Stream entirely then and having to store these videos full size in OneDrive. I couldn't see recommending this solution on any sort of large scale, but for a one-off it does the job. What I've had to do is just make a YouTube channel and we post our stuff there. Again not ideal but at least its a proper streaming service. Stream, for the name, has a long way to go to be a functional streaming service missing something as basic as guest access. What is extra annoying is with the new Teams meetings "broadcast" feature, guests are viewing the feed via Stream. Thus they've made guest access work with Stream for that service. So no idea why we are still waiting for it on normal Stream video permissions. Just Microsoft being Microsoft I suppose :\ Always love to give us reasons to use 3rd party services.
08-16-2020 09:00 AM
08-17-2020 07:57 AM
I don't understand, because external users that are invited can use all the chat features, so can't be difficult to also allow permission to view the embedded recording from same Teams meeting windo?
08-17-2020 08:26 AM
@vincentacloudthe challenge is that the videos are stored in Stream which is effectively part of SharePoint online. If your organisation has restricted external file sharing from SharePoint then it is difficult to make videos of Teams meeting available without opening up the sharing of other files from SharePoint.
08-18-2020 06:53 AM
@Danny_Golding I don't think it matters what permissions you have set on your SharePoint online, Stream won't share outside the org no matter what right now.
08-21-2020 04:58 AM - edited 08-21-2020 05:00 AM
@paulpaxtechnologycom - Just make sure your organizational OneDrive has the sharing to externals enabled or you will be back where you started.
08-22-2020 08:46 AM
09-09-2020 08:07 PM
Hard to believe that this feature is still not available, for example, recording MS Teams sessions per default are stored on Stream and it is a big hassle now to share those recordings to attendees of the call that are outside your organisation, makes no sense to me.