Microsoft Teams: Meeting Recording
Starting sometime after August 16th, 2021 the Microsoft Teams storage location for Teams recordings will be OneDrive/SharePoint. Users can record their Teams meetings and group calls to capture audio, video, and screen sharing activity. There is also an option for recordings to have automatic transcription, so that users can play back meeting recordings with closed captions and review important discussion items in the transcript. The recording happens in the cloud and is saved to OneDrive for Business and SharePoint Online for a period of 60 days.
When a meeting is recorded, it is automatically...
- Uploaded to OneDrive for Business or SharePoint Online
- Permissioned to the people invited to the meeting
- Linked in the chat for the meeting
- Displayed in the Recordings and Transcripts tab for the meeting in Teams calendar
- Added to various file lists across Microsoft 365: Shared with me, office.com, Recommended, Recent, etc.
- Indexed for Microsoft 365 Search
1:1 Meetings or Meet Now
- The recording is stored in a folder named Recordings in the OneDrive for Business of the user who clicked record.
- Example: recorder's OneDrive for Business/Recordings
- People invited to the meeting, except external users, will automatically be granted permission to the recording file with view access without ability to download.
- The meeting owner and the person who clicked record will get full edit access with ability to change permissions and share with other people.
- The recording is stored in the Teams site documentation library in a folder named Recordings.
- Example: Teams name - Channel name/Documents/Recordings
- The member who clicked record has edit rights to the recording.
- Every other member’s permissions are based on the Channel SharePoint Online permissions
Additional Microsoft Knowledge Articles: