Important terminology note: The earlier version of Stream will now be known as Microsoft Stream (Classic) https://web.microsoftstream.com/ and the new version will be referred to as Microsoft Stream (on SharePoint) https://stream.office.com to clarify the differences moving forward.
Microsoft are changing the default storage location of new Microsoft Teams meeting recordings. From Monday 27 June 2022, all users will notice new Teams meeting recordings will be stored in Stream (on SharePoint) rather than Stream (Classic). This is part of a larger update by Microsoft to bring Stream, SharePoint, OneDrive, and Teams together. Stream (Classic) will still be accessible, all your content will still be available and you will have the ability to edit and manually upload content if required.
For more information with regards to the upcoming change of default storage location please see the below Knowledge Base Article.
Stream (on SharePoint) is the new version of Microsoft Stream that empower users to create, share, discover, and manage video just as they would any other file. From Monday 27 June 2022, all users will notice new Teams meeting recordings will be stored in Stream (on SharePoint) rather than Stream (Classic). Please see the below video for more information on what this change will mean for you.
The below recording covers information on working with Teams Meeting Recordings in Stream (on SharePoint). It includes information on sharing and editing meeting recordings and who has permission to do this.
Upcoming change to default storage location for new Microsoft Teams meeting recordings
How to access Stream (on SharePoint)
Teams Meeting Recordings: Storage Location, User Access and Permissions
Teams Meeting Recordings: Sharing Permissions
Sharing Link settings for Office365 (including OneDrive and Sharepoint Online)
Teams Meeting Transcripts in Stream (on SharePoint)