Microsoft Stream is our recommended platform to upload and share your video meeting or live event recordings from Microsoft Teams.
When to use Microsoft Stream
The recommended use of Microsoft Stream is for uploading your recordings of meetings or events using Microsoft Teams, or for non-curriculum based content.
Please do not use Microsoft Stream for content aligned with teaching or curriculum, use the University's establised Media Service for this purpose:
Do not share your recordings on social media platforms.
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Help and FAQs
Security, Data Protection and Privacy
Please review the University of Edinburgh's policies on Information Security which applies when using Microsoft Stream:
If you are sharing research data through your recordings in Microsoft Stream, please refer to the Research Data Service webpage for information:
A Data Protection Impact Assessment on Microsoft Stream has been completed at the University of Edinburgh and you can access this document below:
Recording Online and Digital Events
Please read the following privacy notices on recording online and digital meetings and events:
Please also read through the information and guidelines we provide on recording Online and Digital Events:
Further Privacy Information
You can also review the University's privacy notices, which apply when using Microsoft Teams:
If you want to contact someone about Data Protection, you can email the University’s Data Protection Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information on the University of Edinburgh’s approach to your data protection and rights, please see the following page - https://www.ed.ac.uk/data-protection/notice.
If you have any questions about Microsoft Teams meeting recordings or Stream, please contact IS Helpline - https://www.ed.ac.uk/information-services/help-consultancy/contact-helpline.
If you have concerns about security, data protection or privacy in Microsoft Teams, please contact IS Helpline