The relevance of digital content, especially videos in our lives has been increasing day by day. Why? Videos offer one of the most innovative ways to connect people across the globe. How? It acts as a distribution platform for original content creators and advertisers, both, large and small. it is this ability of videos that makes them one of the most consumed and shared content types on the internet. To leverage the potential of this key resource, Microsoft Stream, a video-sharing service for business, was launched.
Microsoft Stream offers the easiest way to upload and share ideas with a company via videos. The ingenious app enables a person to organize videos into a custom channel to deliver fast access to high-resolution videos viewable from anywhere, on any device.
What makes Microsoft Stream different from other video streaming sites is that it creates a secure, encrypted video with no ads and no unrelated videos to distract its viewers. You can upload and share videos across your organization.
How to use Microsoft Stream video sharing service
Any individual can add a video by simply visiting the stream portal and hitting the ‘Upload your video‘ button.
Thereafter, one just needs to perform a single step ‘drag and drop‘ action to upload a video file in the upload section at the top of the screen. Stream even allows you to upload from your cloud storage account. You may click on the image to see its larger version.
Once done, simply add a line of description to your video file and you are good to go.
Next, choose who can see this video.
When done, you are all set to publish the video. Hit the ‘Publish this video‘ button.
Now, trending videos will start appearing on your page along with links to the custom channel you created. Viewers of your videos can like the video or share it with others anytime and on any device.
Please note that adding or including hashtags in the description will help other users find videos uploaded fast.
Click here to get started with Microsoft Stream.
Microsoft Stream (Classic) will be retired February 15, 2024 and replaced by Stream (on SharePoint).