It is important to note that by default when you schedule a meeting all invitees will have present permissions and will also have the permission to record the meeting. To start recording the meeting click on the ellipse and select ‘Start Recording’ as shown below:
When a meeting recording starts, Teams shows a notification to all participants on the Teams desktop, web, and mobile apps, as well as to people who joined via phone.
To stop recording, go to the meeting controls again and click on ‘Stop Recording’ from the same menu. If another participant (someone with the Presenter role) starts recording the meeting without your permission you can stop the recording by following the steps above.
If you do not want anyone to record the meeting it is important you change the meeting permissions so that you (or selected user’s, you specify) are the only ones that can present.
It is important to note that if a user has the ability to present they will also have the ability to record the meeting. The only exception to this is for a ‘Guest’ presenter (someone from outside the University).
5.1 Where are meeting recording stored?
Firstly, there are two types of meetings in Teams.
Again this is why it is important to define at the start of the meeting or before the meeting starts who can present as this will determine who can record the meeting.
For Channel or Class meetings, the recording is stored in the Teams site documentation library in a folder named Recordings. Example: Teams name - Channel name/Documents/Recordings
For non-Channel meetings, the recording is stored in a folder named Recordings that is at the top level of the OneDrive for Business that belongs to the person who started the meeting recording.
Example: recorder's OneDrive for Business/Recordings