O365 Video is being replaced by Microsoft Stream

Office 365 Video is being replaced by Microsoft Stream. You can add your ideas and votes in the Microsoft Stream Ideas forum: aka.ms/StreamIdeas

To learn about the migration from O365 Video to Microsoft Stream see the help docs: aka.ms/O365VideoMigration

The below feedback given about O365 Video has been considered in decisions we make about what to do for Microsoft Stream. Thanks for all your feedback over the last many years!

This UserVoice forum for O365 Video is now closed. Please add new ideas, votes, and comments to our ideas forum for Microsoft Stream
  1. Please include this in the Governement licensing.

    Please include this in the Government licensing. I need a place in our Office 365 solution to host our internal training videos.

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  2. Add information to Video portal front page and channel front page

    It would be useful to have some kind of "free-text-information-box" in Video portal home page to describe what this portal is about and also some "webparts" to put links to video guidelines/instructions/contact persons. Same applies to each channel front page: it would be useful to describe what this channel is about and also add contact persons etc. There will be many channels and there is need to somehow describe what each channel is for and who is the "channel admin/manager".

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  3. Make the Video Content Searchable

    If there is a way for a user to search the video clips by typing in text to find the specific content in the video based on what is typed that will be very beneficial and make search feature of the video very powerful

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O365 Video is being replaced by Microsoft Stream

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