Microsoft Stream is Office's video hosting site. Videos can be uploaded to Stream and shared as a link. The transcription features and easy sharing make this a valuable resource for instructors who use a lot of videos (and can no longer store them on Blackboard).
To access Teams, log into Microsoft 365 from the Muskingum homepage. At the bottom of your list of apps on the left side of your screen, an "All Apps" option will be available. Click it and choose "Stream" from the list of apps that appears.
This will bring you to the Stream homepage.
To see your videos, click 'My Content' and then choose 'Videos'. You should now see a list of all videos you have view permissions for, as well as tools to search or limit your list.
Once you find your video,
Either will take you to the edit page. Here you can
To automatically generate a transcript and captions
Sharing Videos in Stream Via Link or Email
Videos are automatically added to 'My Content' for anyone who had access to the meeting. This means that if you start a meeting in a Teams channel, anyone with access to that channel can view the video in 'My content' on Stream.
You can also get a link to the video or email it directly to someone by clicking 'Share' below the video itself. This does NOT give view permissions - if they do not have access to the video, they will see an error when they try to access it.
Editing Video Permissions
Anyone who was invited to your meeting or has access to the channel used to host it will find the video in their 'My Content'. For anyone else to view the video, you will need to give them permission.