When my users click a link to a video, it takes them to the landing page instead of loging them in directly using our SSO. they think that they need to signup for something.
can this be setup to automatically login with SSO like the rest of office 365? If i already have a browser up and logged in to office365, then it goes in, but we dont normally do that as we are only beginning to test Office365.
We should be able to customize the color scheme/palette to:
Inherit the Office 365 color theme and / or
Allow for at least some minimal color palette choices. If we don't get the choice to inherit the theme, we could at least be able to customize the primary / secondary colors to be able to emulate whatever our tenant's Office 365 theme is.
One of the biggest area of concern for some of these separate apps is that they make the user feel completely disjointed, like they are no longer in the organizations Office 365 tenant. This type of experience makes it more difficult for organizations to easily move from Videos to Stream, even if the experience itself is far superior. Users get used to a similar experience and when it changes, they get nervous, confused, give up. I wish this wasn't the case......
Would like to change the custom image after uploading the first image. After uploading a custom image there doesn't seem to be a way to change the uploaded image to a new uploaded image. There needs to be a small cornered delete "X" icon button over the image to remove it and then you can upload a new image.
As an extension to the idea of sharing Microsoft Stream videos externally, what about connecting them to CRM tools like Marketo to allow view and engagement statistics to feed directly into the CRM database? Or embed information collection forms / gates where the data entered goes direct to CRM?
There are many video files in my organization greater than 10GB size on File Shares. As I cannot migrate them to SharePoint, I am planning to connect my File Share from within SharePoint. As currently SharePoint does not support playing these video file formats my purpose of reading my file share content from SharePoint is nullified.
"LTI is a primary means by which course content and learning technology functionality is delivered from content providers to students via their institutional LMS interface or portal. It delivers courseware as a service from most large educational content providers, including Pearson and McGraw Hill and is an educational technology distribution and implementation tool in widespread use.Popular LMS software such as ManageBac, D2L, Canvas, Blackboard, and Moodle employ LTI integration to supply student access to third-party software."
I would add Sakai to that list. Adding LTI support opens up huge avenues for Microsoft Stream to be used in an educational context.
It would be great to be able to create pages with different video layouts.
I can imagine creating a Netflix style page with our videos by metatag and allow security by those pages, similar to pages in Sharepoint. That way we can secure certain content to employees, and other content for students.
having just one layer of organization on the channel level, is just unpractical. having the ability to create playlists just like in youtube would be a no brainer for those who intend to publish a lot. which I do, but I can't without at least one more level of organization.