This article gives answers to the frequently asked questions.
What is Microsoft Stream?
Microsoft Stream is an Enterprise Video service where people in an organization can upload, view, organize and share videos securely. It's easy to get started with your work email. Learn more about the Microsoft Stream sign-up process
Who is Microsoft Stream intended for?
Microsoft Stream is the video management and sharing service for employees at all levels across businesses of all sizes who are interested in using videos in the workplace to connect, collaborate, learn and share information. Anyone can search for videos easily and consume them on their device, whenever and wherever.
What tools do I need to use Microsoft Stream?
All you need is a web browser and a work email address to use Microsoft Stream.
What browsers does Microsoft Stream support?
Microsoft Stream supports Microsoft Edge and the current versions of Chrome and Safari.
Work email addresses ending in .com, .edu, and .org are supported.
Those ending in .gov and .mil aren't currently supported.
Can I share videos with a specific person or my organization?
Yes. You can share videos within an organization or with a specific person or people using the "Who can see this video" setting that is available during upload or edit. Learn more about setting permissions here.
Will Microsoft Stream work on mobile devices?
Microsoft Stream is available on mobile browsers with full functionality across all platforms (iOS, Android, Windows Phone).
Can I do live streaming from Microsoft Stream?
Currently, Live streaming capabilities are not available but are planned for a future release.
What is the Office 365 Compliance Category for Microsoft Stream?
Microsoft Stream has completed all the work and internal reviews to be included in category C in the Office 365 Compliance Framework. However, Stream will only be listed in the Office 365 Compliance Framework as category C when it completes external audits and receives official certifications (estimated to occur later this year).
Use the following resources to get started with Microsoft Stream: