03-24-2020 03:33 PM
03-24-2020 03:33 PM
I can't see any update on here since 2017 around Stream video analytics!
It looks like as a user you can see individual views on the videos posted itself but it would be really good if it could be served up as some sort of analytics dashboard so you can see in one view the most played you have uploaded.
One better would be for the reporting in the admin centre https://admin.microsoft.com/Adminportal/Home?source=applauncher#/reportsUsage
TO have this as a report like the recently added Form App report
Does anyone know anything about that or if it is coming?
03-25-2020 12:08 AMSolution
09-22-2020 11:55 AM
@Christopher Hoard I saw this was canceled but the following was added:
New Microsoft Stream: Analytics for videos for videos in OneDrive and SharePoint
Viewer analytics / statistics at the file level for videos stored in OneDrive and SharePoint via the existing SharePoint file platform analytics that show a trend of unique visitors and total views for a video overtime, as well as who watched the video.
Any idea where to find these analytics?
09-22-2020 12:38 PM - edited 09-22-2020 12:39 PM
@melrizzuto - We weren't quite sure the best way to change around the public roadmap that was easiest to understand, we landed on what you see. We cancelled a few long standing items and opened new items and marked them as launched under "the new Stream" / OneDrive and SharePoint.
For your question about analytics, if you upload a video file to OneDrive or SharePoint today you get a base case set of analytics (trend of views and visitors over time), you can enable a setting to see WHO watched, and you get site analytics as well.
This screenshot is taken directly out of a demo tenant in production, these stats are already available today for any videos uploaded to OneDrive or SharePoint.
09-22-2020 12:47 PM
@Marc Mroz Thanks. Does this mean a video uploaded directly into Stream will not have these options? I am not sure where to see those videos in SharePoint. If it's possible to see Stream data through SharePoint/OneDrive, I can request more access from my administrator.
All I see now is this:
09-22-2020 01:33 PM
@melrizzuto - That is correct you won't be able to get these new analytics from the current Stream (Classic). It's only available for videos uploaded to OneDrive, SharePoint, Teams, Yammer, etc (the New Stream).
The new Microsoft Stream is going to be built on SharePoint. You can start uploading your videos in M365 directly like any other file and over time we'll provide customers with a way to migrate their content out of Stream (Classic) to the new Stream and stored in SharePoint / OneDrive.