Teams Meeting Recordings

This article provides links to Microsoft's documentation for Recording a Meeting in Microsoft Teams.

Note: All communications in Teams are subject to Open Records laws and Records Retention rules. For questions about UWM's Open Records laws and Records Retention rules please see the UWM Records Schedules website.  

Links to Microsoft Documentation

Record a meeting in Teams: This article serves as a how to for recording a meeting in Teams with your desktop or mobile app. This is a useful option for keeping records of a meeting and also allows you to share with those who may not have been able to attend the meeting. 

Note: Beginning in January 2022, Teams meeting recordings will auto-expire after 60 days for faculty, staff, and students if no action is taken. For Teams meetings recorded by emeriti, annuitants, and sponsored users, meeting recordings will auto-expire after 30 days if no action is taken. If you wish to extend the expiration date of a meeting recording, please see Microsoft's instructions to Manage the expiration of a meeting recording.

Play and share a meeting recording in Teams: This article provides instructions for how to watch and share Teams meeting recordings. This is a useful option for sharing with colleagues who may have missed a meeting, or if you would like to review something from the meeting.

Delete a meeting recording in Teams: This article provides instructions for how to delete a Teams meeting recording. This is a useful option for when you no longer need to hold on to a copy of a meeting.





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Created:2016-10-10 12:50 CSTUpdated:2022-09-08 13:20 CST
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