Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Create a channel, part of Learning Microsoft Stream.
- [Instructor] In Microsoft Stream,…we use channels primarily for organizing videos…in a way that makes sense to our users,…all of our colleagues.…Remember that channels don't really…have a permission method, that's not what they're for.…If I'm about permissions, I should choose a group.…There are two basic types of channels that I can create.…I can create company-wide channels and group channels.…Every channel needs a name.…If I'm creating a company-wide channel,…that name has to be unique…among all of the company-wide channels.…
I'm going to create a channel named Northern Solar…and this is installations and exciting videos…from our 45 Parallel Solar Projects…and then I can add some hashtags.…45 parallel project, solar, northern solar.…If I want to create a company-wide channel,…I only have one more step and that is to add an image.…And the image that I want to use…for this is this sunset over a northern barn.…
This image will appear whenever people are looking…for channels, so make sure it's something that fits.…
AuthorGini von Courter
- What is Microsoft Stream?
- Navigating in Stream
- Viewing and uploading videos
- Adding timings to descriptions
- Organizing and managing content
- Creating channels and groups
- Sharing videos
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Get Started with Microsoft Stream
2. Create and View Content
3. Organize, Share, and Manage Content
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