In Microsoft Teams, users can record their Teams meetings and group calls to capture audio, video, and screen sharing activity. The recording happens in the cloud and is saved to the Recording folder in your OneDrive or SharePoint, depending if the meeting was held stand-alone (OneDrive) or in a Teams Channel (SharePoint).
Before you start
- This guide has been written for the Teams desktop app (Windows, OS X or Linux).
- This manual uses a consistent style of writing: references to text and buttons on screens are printed in italics, information that you have to enter yourself is printed in bold.
Record a meeting
To start a recording, click the More options button and select Start recording.
Everyone in the meeting is notified that the recording has started.
For more information check Record a meeting in Teams - Office Support (microsoft.com).
The recording is automatically shared with the participants of the meeting at the time you start the recording, except for external participants. You can find the list of participants when you click the Show participants icon in the meeting:
If you want to add or remove people that have access, find the recording in OneDrive or SharePoint (https://universiteittwente-my.sharepoint.com/ > folder Recordings), click on more options behind the recording and select Manage access:
Here you can see who has access to the recording. By default, a read and edit link is created to give access to the participants present. If you want to add or remove people, just click the more options button behind the link.