How to Record a Meeting in Microsoft Teams
You can record a meeting as a video, allowing people who missed it to view it later. A meeting video will be saved to the Microsoft Stream service, where it can be viewed later.
Before you record a meeting, make sure that everyone involved knows that a recording is being made. You can start recording after the meeting has begun.
When the recording starts, everyone in the meeting will be notified.
While the meeting is being recorded, a recording icon will appear to remind everyone involved.
When you’ve finished the part of the meeting that you want recorded, you can stop recording.
A dialog box asks you to confirm that you want to stop recording.
Once the recording stops, it needs to be processed and saved to a service called Microsoft Stream. This process will take a few minutes, depending on how long the recorded meeting was.
When the processing is finished, the recording will be available to watch and share.
Once a meeting recording has finished processing on Microsoft Stream, it will appear as a thumbnail in the team channel or chat the meeting took place in.
The video of the recorded meeting will appear in a media player.
The recorded meeting plays. You can use the media controls to move forward or backward in the video, or even adjust the playback speed.
The media player closes.
You can share a meeting recording with someone who wasn’t able to attend. There are several ways you can share a meeting recording.
Here, you have several ways to share a meeting recording.
Different sharing options may have additional steps. For example, if you select Share, you’ll need to specify who you want to share the video with.