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How can I share a video to the whole company without sending them a link?

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Our company have a Confluence site to which we want to share Teams recordings.  Currently when a meeting is recorded, the recording will go to SharePoint (Stream) and then I can use the url to set up an iframe in Confluence and show the video.

 

However, I'm having issues with the permissions.  As I understand it, the recording is automatically made available to everyone who attended the meeting, is that correct?  However, we sometimes want to make videos available to the entire company, or, at least, to a larger group of people than the meeting attendees.  I thought there was an option that was something like "Anyone in the company can view", but I can't see it now - the only options I seem to have are to add everyone via an email address.  I don't really want to do this because firstly, it doesn't seem to accept distribution lists, and secondly, it sends everyone a link to the SharePoint page - I want to send them to the Confluence page.

 

How should I manage this?

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best response confirmed by SharonGilmore (Copper Contributor)
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The bigger problem is that SharePoint won't allow itself to be rendered in an iframe.

If you set the direct access permissions on the file and share it to "everyone except external users" then all your internal users will be able to view the file.
https://sharepointmaven.com/grant-employees-access-sharepoint-site-via-everyone-except-external-user...
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best response confirmed by SharonGilmore (Copper Contributor)
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The bigger problem is that SharePoint won't allow itself to be rendered in an iframe.

If you set the direct access permissions on the file and share it to "everyone except external users" then all your internal users will be able to view the file.
https://sharepointmaven.com/grant-employees-access-sharepoint-site-via-everyone-except-external-user...

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