The following information is about Microsoft Stream (Classic) which is being retired and replaced by Stream (on SharePoint). We strongly recommended to start using the newer video solution today by uploading your videos to SharePoint, Teams, or OneDrive. Videos stored in Microsoft 365 the way you'd store any other file is the basis for Microsoft Stream (on SharePoint). Learn more...
Group settings in Microsoft Stream (Classic) can be changed in Stream (Classic) by the group owner.
If you are using Microsoft 365, groups in Microsoft Stream (Classic) are built using Microsoft 365 Groups.
- Microsoft 365 Global Admins can make changes to group settings in the Microsoft 365 admin center or Azure portal. For more information, see group management for admins.
Change group settings
At the top of the group, click Settings.
Change the group metadata or settings.
For detailed information about each setting, see Create a group.
Delete a group
If you are using Microsoft 365, when you delete a group in Microsoft Stream, you also permanently delete the Microsoft 365 Group, and everything associated with the group. This includes videos, conversations, files, and content for all of the Microsoft 365 Group enabled services like Outlook, SharePoint, Teams, Planner, Yammer, etc. For more information see: Microsoft 365 Groups in Microsoft Stream.
In Stream, find the group you want to delete
At the top of the group, click Settings
Click Delete group
Manage group membership
On the group action bar, select Membership
This takes you to Outlook to manage the membership of the group
If you prefer, you can manage membership by using other Microsoft 365 apps that support Microsoft 365 Groups, including SharePoint Online, Teams, Yammer, and Planner).
When you make changes to the membership of the group from another service it will be synced and take effect in Microsoft Stream. This typically takes 1-2 hours (or less).