Jan 28 2021 06:24 AM
Jan 28 2021 06:24 AM
I host an employee Lunch & Learn meeting each week using TEAMS starting in May of 2020. I typically run out of available seats to these so I always record them, and share with the entire company for those who could not get in. I hit record at 11:57 and I turn off the record notification at 12:01 (the meeting starts at 12:00). Near the end of the meeting when we thank everyone for joining... I hit stop, 12:57. I hit stop before the meeting ends to make sure I can end meeting for everyone at 1:00. (This is all just background information) with so many people participating this is the best practice. I have never had a recording fail and as I said, I have been doing these large meetings for awhile. My MSStream recording is usually available within 20-minutes. I am nearing 24-hours sense my meeting, and I have not received notification that it is available, and it is NOT showing in my MSStream account. My question is... where else can I look for it? How else can I find this mi
Jan 28 2021 08:27 PM
Teams meeting recordings are moving from Stream to SharePoint and OneDrive. Change is currently rolling-out if your organization hasn't explicitly set Stream as recording storage on Teams meeting policies.
If this change is already rolled-out to your organization's tenant, there is two places to look for.
1) If it is a Teams channel meeting, the recording is stored on Recordings folder on channel's files
2) In other cases, the recording is stored in Recordings folder on your OneDrive, since you have started the recording
More information about this change can be found here:
Mar 30 2021 12:54 PM
Oct 21 2021 04:05 AM
Feb 09 2022 03:51 PM
Same problem here @Sue12
I recorded a Teams webinar yesterday with no issues. Today, I recorded a Teams webinar and I don't have a recording - only a transcript. Not sure what happened to the recording. I explicitly remember clicking on the start recording and seeing the recording notification at the top of the window.