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Microsoft Stream is a cloud service licensed on a per user subscription basis. It is available as part of eligible Office 365 subscriptions. See Microsoft 365 pricing for the information for each subscription type.


Microsoft Stream for Microsoft 365

Microsoft Stream capabilities vary based on the Microsoft 365 subscription and the following table highlights the functionality differences by subscription.

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Firstline F1 GCC, GCC High, DoD F1 '1'Education A1Microsoft 365 Business Premium / EssentialsEnterprise E1/E3 Education A3 GCC, GCC High, DoD E1/E3/M365 G3 '1'Enterprise E5 Education A5 GCC, GCC High, DoD E5 '1'Microsoft 365 Stream feature add-on
View videos or live events
Upload/modify videos
Create live events in Microsoft Stream
Create live events in Microsoft Teams/Yammer
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'1' GCC High, and GCC DoD licenses and environments are coming later for Microsoft Stream. Live events and Stream mobile app are not yet available for GCC but are coming soon.

It is hosted in MS Stream! Embed Forms in Stream Video. Another cool thing you can do with MS Stream is to embed MS Forms inside of the videos. An example could be an onboarding video where HR might collect some information or do a quiz while the new employee watches the video. This is where you set up the Form within an MS Stream video.

  1. From the search results listed, select your Teams site. All members of the Teams site Ornithology 1001 will have viewer permission to the video. To change the permissions, click or tap Apply. The Microsoft Stream page for the video appears. The video is no longer companywide. The video viewing is now limited to the Ornithology 1001 Teams site.
  2. Stream, for the name, has a long way to go to be a functional streaming service missing something as basic as guest access. What is extra annoying is with the new Teams meetings 'broadcast' feature, guests are viewing the feed via Stream. Thus they've made guest access work with Stream for that service.


Learn more about Microsoft Stream trial licensing and quotas



How To Use Microsoft Stream In Teams

To purchase Microsoft Stream for an organization, you must be a Microsoft 365 Global Admin or Billing Admin, or you must create a new Microsoft 365 tenant.


Microsoft Stream includes a base amount of storage. A Microsoft Stream tenant receives a fixed allocation of 500 GB of storage and an extra 0.5 GB of storage per licensed user* as illustrated in the following table. For more information about how to purchase the separate storage add-on, see Microsoft Stream Storage add-on.

Microsoft Stream’s storage is available to all videos in the tenant and is pooled for use by all users, making it easier to manage availability of storage across your organization. Only the original video file size counts against your pooled storage. Transcoded videos, thumbnails, channel poster, subtitle and caption files, do not contribute towards your storage.


Microsoft 365 Enterprise K1/F1 users are not included and do not contribute to extra storage quota.

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