06-01-2020 08:07 AM
06-01-2020 08:07 AM
How do I view a Teams meeting recording from a meeting I was invited to but didn't attend. I've tried the following after the meeting finished. An attendee confirm that the meeting was recorded and it appears in their meeting chat.
- Searched the meeting chat (just shows the point where I joined the meeting and nothing before)
- Searched Stream using the meeting title - no results
06-01-2020 03:48 PM
@MichelleAPS The person who starts the recording is the one who own the video. It is send to this guy stream. Normaly, the video will appear in the chat section after the end of the meating. But it can be delete by the owner. Hope it will help.
06-02-2020 01:01 AM
Hi @GabrielMethot thanks for your reply. The video hasn't been deleted as those who attended the meeting can still see it in the chat. Although I was invited to the meeting I was unable to attend in real time so was hoping to just go into the chat afterwards to catch up. This doesn't seem possible to do that, so I take it the owner has to distribute.
10-12-2020 02:32 AM
@MichelleAPS I have the same issue. Have you found any solution to this yet? Or is there anyone else who knows?
11-03-2020 08:23 AM
11-03-2020 09:18 AM
@MichelleAPS This has been happening to me with the latest meetings as well! I thought maybe it had something to do with the setting "Unmute meeting notifications". I turned this on in the hopes that I would still be part of a meeting chat, even though I was not part of the meeting. Have you done any changes to this setting?
11-03-2020 09:29 AM
11-15-2020 10:59 AM
@MichelleAPS same thing happened to me today - and I seem to have found the weirdest workaround:
so I missed a meeting, even got an email notifying that the video was shared, but when I open Teams I see the meeting but nothing in it - no chat, no nothing.
I clicked "pop-out chat" and voila - all the chat contents are there, including the video !
Teams team - you guys have amazing features, and the cutest bugs too! :)
11-16-2020 08:45 AM
@urido I agree that's a "cute" bug . Feel free to open a support ticket to Teams on this issue, use the in product feedback (? help > Give feedback) or post this in the Teams forum here on Tech Community. I'm guessing Teams would need some logs via a support ticket to try and track down what that issue could have been. Sorry!
@CathrineP this seems to have stopped working now. Had an instance today where a member of staff could not access the recordings, despite them accepting the meeting invite. To resolve now this is what we have to do - which is a bit of an inconvenience.