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...
When you record a meeting in Microsoft Teams, upon conclusion of the meeting the recording is sent to Microsoft Stream. In Stream, you can view meetings you've recorded under My content and Meetings. Browsing and filtering your Teams meeting recordings makes it easy to quickly find what you are looking for. When you search, you can also filter the results based on video metadata.
Teams meeting recordings are moving to the new Stream. When your organization is saving meeting recordings to OneDrive and SharePoint instead of Microsoft Stream (Classic), they will no longer show up in the Stream (Classic) portal under My content > Meetings. Learn more about saving Teams meeting recordings to OneDrive and SharePoint
To see all meetings you recorded
Sign in to Microsoft Stream
In the Stream (Classic) navigation bar, go to My content > Meetings
From your other pages under My content, you can also pivot to Teams meeting recordings
To see meetings someone else recorded
Sign in to Microsoft Teams
In the Teams navigation bar, select the Chat icon, find your meeting, then go to the Chat history. You should see your video at the end of the history.
Select the More icon > Open in Microsoft Stream
Search, filter, and sort your videos
You can search for content right on the My meetings page, the same way you do in browse. The search results will be scoped to the context of the page, in this case your Teams meeting recordings.
You can also filter on the state (draft or published) and privacy settings (limited or organization-wide) of the recording.
Additionally, you can sort your recordings by a variety of different parameters, including relevance of search results, publish date, view count and more. For more information on sorting and filtering, see Find videos in Microsoft Stream.