07-20-2020 08:29 AM
07-20-2020 08:29 AM
I have a long list of chats like anybody else. Some might be just chit-chating with colleagues, others are group chats for past meetings.
Some of the calls/meetings I participated in have been recorded by someone (not necesseraly by me) pressing the record button in Teams. These recordings are usually training sessions, and the recording is a good reference for later listening. I should have pinned those chats to easily find them, but now I have to find a few needle in a haystack of chats.
Here is my problem statement: how can I easily filter my chat history to chats that are really meetings with a recording? I do not have a specific keyword unfortunately, I just want to see all my meetings that were recorded. I see that recorded meetings show in the chat a message with a video preview with the comment "Recorded by:". This is what I tried (did not work):
* In Chat, Filter (Ctrl+Shift+F) by and I type by keyword "Recorded by:" but returns nothing
* Search for "Recorded by:" in the top search bar on Teams.
* In Microsoft Steams https://web.microsoftstream.com/ My Content > Meetings. I can only see meetings that I recorded, not meetings that I took place in that were recorded by others.
My question is: how to filter in Teams / Chat meetings that have been recorded?
07-20-2020 03:43 PMSolution
Hi @ppmsft Others in this community may have better suggestions, but all I know to do is to "save" the messages that contain recordings when you first see them. Then you can look at your saved messages in a separate list.
There are several items in our Uservoice feedback forum requesting the ability to search chats using keywords. This is just one of them, but I encourage you to vote on them all. When you vote, you'll also get updates on their progress. https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/909631-tap-users/suggestions/38415832-search-feature-wit...