Microsoft Teams launches this new feature over users request - YP Buzz Tech

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        Microsoft has finally released a much-anticipated feature that can automatically delete Microsoft Teams recordings stored on SharePoint or OneDrive later.


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The US technology giant has marked this feature in its December stadium updates, which include end-to-end phone encryption and troubleshooting between Android and Teams that has caused some devices to freeze after an emergency call.

The auto-expiration feature, which will be automatically, can be disabled by administrators. All new recordings will automatically expire after 60 days of recording if no action is taken. Microsoft said in a blog post that it was speeding up the release "due to multiple customer requests".

“This happens automatically to all employers. This means that by default, all TMRs created after the launch of this feature will be deleted 60 days after their creation date. ”

Managers will also set meetings to never expire automatically at the administrator center or at PowerShell commands. Microsoft has described this feature as "a lightweight home remodeling solution". Each recording hour can consume approximately 400MB of cloud storage on average. Microsoft has found that 99% of the recordings are not viewed after 60 days for all customers.

"We believe that almost all customers will benefit from reducing the storage burden on their employer by deleting recordings that may not be viewed again after 60 days," Microsoft said in a support document.

"It is our goal to provide as clean information as possible to all customers automatically."

End users can also adjust the recording expiration date with permission to edit / delete the file details in SharePoint or OneDrive.

The feature will not affect the recordings of meetings stored on Microsoft Stream, but will affect the recordings stored in the new Stream built on SharePoint and OneDrive.

Microsoft also claims that this feature is only available for recording created by the Teams service in SharePoint and OneDrive and not in other file types.

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