add/Embed YouTube videos to Microsoft Streams
We as an organisation think Microsoft Streams could be used as a training ground for our staff on office 365 applications, we would like to have the ability to add YouTube videos that we approve as good training material. There is some great training material on YouTube to be able to highlight the good ones in Microsoft Steams would be fantastic.
We have several training videos on YouTube, and it would be great if we could add them to Stream somehow. Our YouTube links are a little buggy with some browsers and on older machines.
Need this implemented. If we can add YouTube videos to a contained channel in Stream for a large corporate it would help with training material as well as other material that may be useful. All videos in one Stream channel without having to go outside of Stream would be amazing.
Dave B commented
Are we supposed to post on Uservoice or MS Tech Community....???
Doug Bolger commented
We agree. The description makes it sound like it does. Shame it doesn't and zero communication from MS.
Agreed - this is a feature that is key so we all use an integrated ecosystem rather than just MS products. @Microsoft - this has been requested for some time; what's the latest?
Agree and at the same time we could add the good Office 365 training videos provided by Microsoft on their web site
I need to do an elearnng video porta on teams.
I would like to add Youtube video done by Microsoft by using embeded code !!!!
Microsoft did a great work with Teams youtube tutorial video, i want to use it directly form Stream,
in order our employees will find them right away whithout searching on yutube.
We plan also do a channel for Outlook, Excel, selecting the best excel tutorial youtube video
This we can do embed a link to Streams content into a page, and know we can do - what I am seeking is a simple message for users - go to Streams for your learning on Office et al. Things are moving so fast we need a simple message!
So embedding You Tube videos would be idea, then we make channels in streams organise all the learning videos and present them through a single interface - mixing our own content in with that from You Tube.