Does Your Organization Record Teams Meetings? Bookmark this link!
Published Jan 06 2021 03:17 PM 4,404 Views

 January 22nd Update: We're pleased to announce that the rollout has completed!  At this time, all Tenants that did not explicitly opt out should see their Teams Meeting recordings stored in OneDrive SharePoint.  Thanks!


Hi Teams Community,

Tomorrow January 7th, 2021 is another big milestone date for Teams Meeting Recording Storage.  We wanted to send a quick reminder to everyone to bookmark and review for all the details!

What's happening tomorrow?  Glad you asked:


Rolling out starting January 7, 2021        All new Teams meeting recordings will be saved to OneDrive for Business and SharePoint unless you delay this change by modifying your organization’s Teams Meeting policies and explicitly setting them to Stream. Seeing the policy reporting as Stream isn't enough. You need to explicitly set the policy value to Stream.


Be sure to review the document carefully for additional information.  For most of you there's no action you need to take.  If you have business requirements to stay on Stream, be sure to opt out following the instructions in 

Opt out of OneDrive for Business and SharePoint to continue using Stream

Otherwise, starting tomorrow this change will begin rolling out world wide to non-GCC/DoD tenants (the rollout isn't 'instant' so your Tenant may not start saving Teams Meeting Recordings to OneDrive SharePoint immediately, please be patient).


If you are signed into your M365 Tenant Admin Portal as an Admin you can also review the information in Message Center Post 222640.


And finally, this Feature rollout is listed in the Microsoft 365 Roadmap, item 67138.


As always we welcome your feedback on the Blog.

Happy Recording!
Microsoft Teams Support

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