U-M’s agreement with Microsoft stipulates that content shared in Teams and all other data associated with the use of the U-M Microsoft 365 service is owned by U-M and cannot be shared. For more information, refer to Privacy, Security, Compliance, and Videoconferencing.
Yes, however, you will have to launch the meeting by generating a link in a calendar event through the Google Calendar Teams add-on. Once you join that meeting, you can record yourself (e.g., recording an asynchronous lecture or tutorial).
If someone is recording the main session, recordings will not occur for breakout rooms unless someone in the breakout room starts recording. Anyone with a “presenter” role in the breakout room may record. Breakout room recordings will be created as separate recordings from the main session.
If someone is recording a main session and then moves into a breakout room (i.e., leaving the main session empty), the main session recording will continue and result in “dead air” until someone returns to the main session.
Yes, but the only way to host/attend concurrent meetings is to have one meeting open on the desktop client and another open on the web browser. Otherwise, attempting to be present in multiple meetings with the same client will put the other meeting “on hold.”
No, you cannot add a phone dial-in number to a Teams meeting.
Microsoft Teams does not have a built-in feature for livestreaming meetings. Microsoft Live Events has a feature for livestreaming, but Microsoft Live Events are not included in U-M’s contract with Microsoft.
Note: Streaming using OBS Studio is not permitted because U-M's agreement with Microsoft provides certain institutional protections and assurances related to how U-M data can be used and shared. U-M has no contract or other institutional agreement with OBS Studio or other third-party services. Using OBS Studio or third-party services means that U-M data could be shared, sold, or used to track user behavior, serve ads, and more.
Yes. In order to invite individuals not affiliated with U-M to join your Team, add them directly in Microsoft Teams (not via the MCommunity group).
Individuals not affiliated with U-M can be invited to Teams meetings by adding their external email address as an invitee to the Google Calendar event. (Users must be invited to the Google Calendar event directly, not by inviting an MCommunity group of which they are a member). They will receive a meeting invitation that allows them to either create a (non-UM) Teams account or join the meeting as a guest.
Access to Teams may be blocked by certain countries.