Over the past few years, Microsoft Teams has grown to be an essential component of many people’s working lives. It has made it possible for co-workers and clients to stay in touch even when they are unable to meet in person thanks to its use as a video conferencing and collaboration tool. This guide will walk you through the process of recording a Microsoft Teams meeting step-by-step.
In order to record a Teams meeting, you:
- Must be the meeting organiser
- Must be using Office 365 Enterprise E1, E3, E5, F3, A1, A3, A5, M365 Business, Business Premium, or Business Essentials
- Must have the recording feature enabled by your IT administrator
- Must not be a guest or attendee from another organisation
How to record a Teams Meeting
By selecting the meeting controls and Start recording, you can record the Teams meeting. To stop recording select the meeting controls , then select Stop recording, or end the recording by simply leaving the session.
Please note that the start of recording is announced to all attendees.
Where Can I Find the Recordings?
Depending on the type of meeting, recordings are stored in various locations.
- If it was a channel meeting, the recording is processed and saved to SharePoint; otherwise, it is saved to OneDrive.
- In the appropriate chat or channel, a link to the recording will also be provided to meeting participants for their convenience.
How to Record a Microsoft Teams Meeting as a Guest
While Teams does not allow guest users to record meetings, you can still record your Teams meeting using other tools. Read our article on How to Record Your Screen on Windows 10 or Windows 11