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What is Microsoft Stream

Microsoft Stream is a secure video service where users can upload, view, and share videos securely. Users can organise content into channels and groups and share video files with Nexus 365 apps like Teams, SharePoint.

Getting started 

How to access Microsoft Stream

Log in to your Nexus365 account and click the Stream icon on your Nexus365 app launcher, or

Log in the Stream portal directly via

Learn how to use Microsoft Stream 

After you have logged into to Microsoft Stream you will be able to access a series of tutorial videos that will show you how to upload videos securely, located video content, create channels and share your content. Alternatively you can review the Microsoft support guidance for getting started with Microsoft Stream before accessing the Stream portal.

Uploading a video 

Further information on how to upload you a video to Stream can be found on the Microsoft guidance for uploading videos to Stream page.

Permissions and privacy 

Microsoft Stream allows for videos to be secured with a combination of permissions at the video level, group membership, and settings of a group. The Microsoft guidance on permissions and privacy provides more information on how to mange video permissions.

Teams recordings saved to Microsoft Stream

Any recorded video in Nexus365 Teams is uploaded and saved to Stream after the recording ends. The default permissions for that recording are set with the person who made the recoding as the owner of the video and the Nexus 365 users who were on the meeting invite are set as viewers.

Please note that video owners have the ability to open their video up to all Nexus365 users. In the video permissions section, the owner can allow every Nexus365 user the permission to view their video.

Only select this setting if you are sure you want to allow every Nexus365 user access to view your video.

Further information

Microsoft Stream FAQs

Microsoft Stream Support documentation (Microsoft guidance)

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Written by IT Services. Latest revision 26 May 2020