We are working on the very first version of the solution and close to push to customers: https://office365video.uservoice.com/forums/273864-o365-video-feedback/suggestions/6767424-upload-your-own-closed-captions
We’ve updated the status on the above specific ask, and will update it when it rolls out to prod.
We don’t have a concrete plan on starting on the automatic caption from Azure Media Indexer. More details to come. Thanks for your patience.
Additional functionality would be to then allow for easy searching and indexing to that exact moment in time in the video.
Thanks for the input! We hear you and we are looking into new design solutions.
We are working on an improved design on the Channel list page.
This will be useful. Any idea when it will be deployed?
Agree when will the Android version of an app be coming out?
Thanks for everyone who voted and helped us with validating scenarios. Sorry if we didn’t get a chance to engage with you at a later stage.
We shipped the first version which has view counts, visitor counts, and drop-off charts per video.
We don’t have a clear start date on next phase of improvements yet. Thanks for your patience.
Data turned into info is a very powerful tool and helps manage collections.
This is a must to make it usable in any setting.
Creating views like you can in SharePoint based on those channels/subfolders or meta data is key. In addition to just the organization aspect you can use a field to link to an associated presentation or other material which people can leverage.
In order to make this user friendly you need to have flexibility in organizing the content.