Recording is one of the best features available in Microsoft Teams which will save you lots of time during meetings and ensure you don’t miss a single discussion. But Where is Microsoft Teams Recording Stored? Check out this article for detailed information.
If you don’t know How to Record a Teams Meeting, check this article How to record a Teams meeting. When Microsoft released the recording feature, all recordings were stored in Microsoft Stream. In early 2021, Microsoft informed us that all the recordings would be saved to OneDrive and SharePoint by default.
Learn why you should store your Microsoft Teams recording in Microsoft OneDrive and SharePoint.
Where is Microsoft Teams Recording Stored
Microsoft divides the meeting into two types: channel meetings, which start on the Teams change, and non-channel meetings, which means every other meeting.
Where is Microsoft Teams Non-Channel Meeting Recording Stored
Microsoft Teams stores the recording in the OneDrive directory of the person who started the recording. If you or someone start recording the meeting, you will be notified at the top of the screen as the meeting is recorded.
Once the meeting ends, the recording will stop, and it will start storing in the OneDrive directory of the recording person. Once the recording is ready, you will be notified as Recording is Ready.
Where is Microsoft Teams Channel Meeting Recording Stored
Channel meetings are the meetings started and recorded inside a Teams channel by clicking on the Meet Now button on the conversations. This Meet Now button is available in every conversation.
Unlike the Non-Channel meeting, these recordings will be stored in the SharePoint site and document library of the channel.
To access the recording, click on the File Tab on Microsoft Teams or visit the SharePoint directory of the channel. You will find a Folder called Recordings where you can find all the recordings on this particular channel.
Everyone who can access the channel can play and edit the recording.
I hope you have learned Where is Microsoft Teams Recording Stored for the channel and non-channel meetings.
Common FAQs: Microsoft Teams Recording
Who can Record the Meetings in Microsoft Teams
Anyone who attends the meeting and wants to start a recording should have at least one of these Microsoft 365 licenses.
- Office 365 Enterprise E1, E3, E5, F3, A1, A3, A5, M365 Business, Business Premium, or Business Essentials
Can a Guest User Record the Meetings in Microsoft Teams
No, At present, Guest users or any outside organisation user cannot start a recording in the Microsoft Teams meeting.
Can a Guest User view Microsoft Teams Recordings
Yes, guest users or any outside organisation can view the recordings in Microsoft Team only if explicitly shared with them.
Can I share the Recordings with Guest Users
Yes, you can share the Microsoft Teams recording with Guests or any users outside the organization.
When will the Recording will stop in Microsoft Teams Meeting
When everyone leaves the meeting, the recording will automatically stop and start to store in the cloud. If anyone leaves and forgets to stop the recording, the recording will continue and stop after 4 hours.
What happens if the recorders leaves the meeting
Even if the person who started the recording will leavee the meeting, the recording will continue until everyone leaves the meeting.
How would I know if someone started the recording
Once anyone in the meeting starts the recording, you will be notified at the top of the screen as the meeting is being recorded.
Where Can I find the recording, recorded by other users
Go to your activity or conversation, which has the meeting name on it; there, you will find a link to view the recording.
How would I know if the recording is ready
If you started the recording, you would be notified through email. Otherwise, you will be notified on the Microsoft Teams conversation tab.
Can I record the meeting if the recording is already started by others
No, only one person at the meeting can start the meeting. Once the meeting ends, the recording will be ready, and you will be notified on Microsoft Teams.
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