If Streams isn't enabled in the O365 service contract of an org that DOES have Teams, save the video to the local machine like Skype does.
If Streams isn't enabled in the O365 service contract of an org that DOES have Teams, save the meeting recordings to the local machine like Skype does.
Unlike Skype, the recording is not saved to the local machine, saved to cloud service -Microsoft Stream -which must be enabled for the organization. I see it in my “all apps” list and connected to it (by logging in with my O365 credentials) and yet when I clicked to “Record” a meeting in Teams I got the message “recording could not be enabled”.
If we have to alter our subscription to use the Recording feature we definitely will not be using Teams as a sole communications platform. We will have to remain with Skype for Business.
Useful tool, but not helpful if it is also being ****** out as Marketing bait.
Victoria Hughes commented
Agreed. If Microsoft plans to replace Skype for Business with Teams, it has to have those equivalents. I'm all for leaving the option for cloud recording, but the user needs to be able to record locally.