Note: This setting only applies to Teams meetings. Teams Live Event recording are still stored in Streams.
Note: The policy change took about 4 hours to take effect in my tenant.
Ability to save Microsoft Teams meeting recordings to OneDrive for Business(ODfB) and SharePoint Online(SPO) for improved sharing capabilities, basic governance, automatic retention labels, go local, bring your own keys and, more that comes from recording video files and storing them in SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business.
Road map feature ID: 67138 (rolling out)
By default new Teams meeting policies have the recording location set to Streams.
The storage location of existing meeting policies will not be changed.
How to set meeting records to be saved to One Drive for Business and SharePoint Online
This is a meeting policy setting and is not currently available in the Microsoft Teams admin center. So we’ll need to use PowerShell to change the setting.
|Available options||Stream (default) | OneDriveForBusiness|
|Set all meeting policies to use ODfB and SPO for recording s||Get-CsTeamsMeetingPolicy | Set-CsTeamsMeetingPolicy -RecordingStorageMode OneDriveForBusiness|
|Set the global meeting policy to use ODfB and SPO for recording s||Set-CsTeamsMeetingPolicy -Identity Global -RecordingStorageMode OneDriveForBusiness|
Default save locations
The save location changes depending on the RecordinStorageMode setting on the meeting organiser’s Teams meeting policy and the type of meeting the recording was created from.
Default recording permissions
The permissions of a recording change depending on the type of meeting the recording was created from.
Recording available email
With SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business selected as the recording storage location, you don’t receive a “recording is ready” email notification.