Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Groups and channels: The basics, part of Learning Microsoft Stream.
- [Instructor] In Microsoft Stream…we use groups and channels to determine…how our videos are organized, how they're distributed,…and who has access to them.…Later in the course I'll show you how to create…both groups and channels,…but from the moment you begin you'll be looking at channels,…and if you've been using Office 365…you'll be looking at groups.…So this is an overview so that you understand how they work.…Groups are used to organize videos…and to control access to videos,…in the same way that groups are used in Office 365…to organize documents and control…who has access to those documents.…
Channels are used to distribute videos…to be able to share videos with the entire organization…or specific sections of the organization.…Channels are also used to organize videos.…Let's look at groups first.…Groups in Microsoft Stream…are the same as groups in Office 365.…So if you have Office 365 and already have existing groups…for your project teams, for your departments,…for ad hoc efforts, those same groups will be available…
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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