Record a meeting in Microsoft Teams

  1. Join or Start a Meeting:
    • Join an existing meeting or start a new one in Microsoft Teams.
  2. Access Meeting Controls:
    • Once you’re in the meeting, locate the meeting controls at the bottom of the screen.
  3. Start Recording:
    • Click on the “More options” (three dots) icon in the meeting controls.
    • Select “Start recording” from the dropdown menu.
  4. Recording Indicator:
    • A notification will appear for everyone in the meeting, indicating that the meeting is being recorded.
  5. Stop Recording:
    • To stop recording, click on the “More options” (three dots) icon again.
    • Select “Stop recording” from the dropdown menu.
  6. Access Recorded Meeting:
    • After the meeting ends, Teams will process the recording, and it will be available in the “Chat” of the meeting.


  • The ability to record a meeting may be subject to your organization’s settings and policies.
  • Make sure you have the necessary permissions to record meetings.
  • Microsoft Teams recording is typically stored in Microsoft Stream, and access to the recording may depend on your organization’s policies.
Always check for updates or changes to Microsoft Teams features, as the interface may evolve over time. If you encounter any issues or have specific questions related to your organization’s Microsoft Teams setup, you may want to reach out to your IT administrator or support team.