This week, my tips are all about the wonder of Microsoft Stream.
- When you embed #MicrosoftStream videos in other MS apps, such as Yammer, the content permission stays the same so only permitted individuals can view the video
- Use the “Start at: ___” function when you share videos on Microsoft Stream. This opens the video at an exact time point so the user doesn’t have to navigate within the video. Especially handy for long items!
- In the video description, add time codes (H:MM:SS) to build a table of contents for interesting points in the video. Viewers can click on these time codes to jump to that point in the film Microsoft Stream.
- You can use a thumbnail to help promote the video when sharing it – it’s more likely to drive up engagement Microsoft Stream
- When you share videos on Microsoft Stream, you can turn on comments to allow people to give feedback. You can use these for internal feedback mechanisms and gauge buy in for example
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