Microsoft Teams has a lot of great features like channels, chat, voice, and online meetings. However, did you also know you can use Teams to host and stream live events?
We’ve said it before, but the Microsoft Suite is powerful, especially when you’re leveraging all of the tools it has to offer.
Teams Live Events allows you to stream video and digital content to audiences of up to 10,000.
Microsoft Stream is a video Enterprise Video service where people in your organization can upload, view, and share videos securely. You can think of it as a private internal corporate YouTube.
Here’s a snapshot of what you’ll learn about each of them:
- First, we talk about Teams Live Events.
- What they are and when to use them.
- How to schedule a live event through Teams.
- The difference between a producer versus presenter (and attendees).
- The different ways in which you can share content amongst producers and presenters.
- Second, we cover Microsoft Stream
- We’ll cover how to access it.
- Navigating what is stored where.
- Where to share your content.
You can watch the replay of this webinar below:
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