OneDrive Teams Meeting Recording Expiration

Purpose

Microsoft and UTD have implemented a new Teams meeting recording policy which automatically sets an expiration date on every meeting recording. The default is 730 days (2 years), but this can be changed manually. This article walks you through the steps of changing the expiration date.

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Procedure

  • In your OneDrive or SharePoint, hover the cursor over the video for which you’d like to change the expiration date and click the three dots that appear on the right side.
    • Remember, meeting recordings will appear in OneDrive for non-channel meetings and SharePoint for channel meetings.  

  • Click on Details.
  • A side panel will appear on the right side of the screen.
    • Directly below the Has access section, you will see the Expiration date for that video.

  • Click on the Calendar icon and select the desired expiration date.
     Expiration Date Extend options
  • Once you are done, you can close this panel, and you are good to go.
Note: UT Dallas does not have an org. policy in place that will eliminate videos if selected to Remove expiration. After expiration date files are moved to OneDrive Recycle bin, items in the recycle bin are automatically deleted 30 days after they're put there. (Reference KB352)
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Article ID: 760
Created
Tue 4/5/22 10:31 AM
Modified
Wed 6/12/24 11:11 AM

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