Teams - 5 Tips for Recorded Meetings

Posted on:  07/06/2022
Teams - 5 Tips for Recorded Meetings

Recorded Meetings in Teams are stored in OneDrive for Work or School. The one exception is Channel Meetings are stored in SharePoint. 

Teams Meeting Recordings set to expire

Teams Meeting Recordings set to expire

The recordings expire! Which could be really bad if you are relying on the recording. In this video, I'll cover five tips for Teams recordings. 

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Teams Meeting Recording Expire

  1. Pull up your meeting from Chats.
  2. The default expiration is 60 days. 
  3. Cick the three dots and in OneDrive, change the Expiration Date in the Details Pane.

Recording from Channel Meetings go to SharePoint. Other meetings - Meet now, and Scheduled Meetings - are stored in OneDrive.

 

What OneDrive folder are Teams Meetings saved?

Recordings from Teams Meetings are stored in OneDrive in a folder called Recordings.

Teams Meeting Recording are stored in OneDrive - Recordings folder

Teams Meeting Recording are stored in OneDrive - Recordings folder

My Teams Recording was deleted. Can I retrieve it?

Yes. The OneDrive Recycle Bin holds items for 90 days. Go to your OneDrive Recycle Bin on the web and select the file - the recording - and restore it. Make sure to change the expiration date.

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Chris Menard is a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) and is employed full-time as a Trainer for BakerHostetler, one of the nation’s largest law firms. Menard has a YouTube channel with over 800 technology videos covering Excel, Word, Zoom, Teams, Outlook, Gmail, Google Calendar, and other resources that over 12 million viewers have appreciated. Menard also does public speaking at conferences for CPAs and Administrative Professionals. Connect with Chris on LinkedIn at chrismenardtraining.com/linked or on YouTube at chrismenardtraining.com/youtube

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