Microsoft Stream (Stream) (goes to an external Microsoft link) is a video-sharing service used by corporations and is very similar to a Microsoft version of YouTube but with less video content that is more customizable to the needs of an organization. To see a video from Microsoft about Stream, visit this external YouTube link.
Stream is used for uploading videos, sharing videos, and watching videos. The prime intention of it is for use as a video hosting service. Some examples include, but are not limited to:
- Tutorial videos of how to do solve challenging problems that can be created and published by professors
- Custom videos created by professors for use by their students
- Employee training could be done by employees watching videos that were uploaded to Stream
- Employees could use Stream to take courses on getting departmental certifications
The external links below are to Microsoft guides on how to use Stream and include the following topics:
- Upload your first video
- Broadcast your live event
- Categorize and organize videos
- Create a group
- Search channels, groups, and videos
- Embed video in Microsoft Teams
For any other guides, visit the external link to a series of Microsoft guides on how to use Stream.