Office 365 Video is retired

Note

As of March 1, 2021 Office 365 Video is retired. Any remaining customers in public and GCC regions have been automatically migrated to Microsoft Stream. This concludes the transition of Office 365 Video to Microsoft Stream that was announced in 2016. If your organization has not been migrated yet it's because your migration ran into an issue. You'll be able to continue using Office 365 Video until our engineering team is able to unblock your migration.

Public regions timeline

  • [Past] March 1, 2020 - Automatic migrations begin if you didn't delay
  • [Past] April 1, 2020 - iOS App retired
  • [Past] - Migrate or delay
  • [Past] March 1, 2021 - Automatic migrations even if you delayed
  • March 1, 2022 - Redirection for links and embed codes from Office 365 Video to Stream will no longer be maintained

Government Community Cloud (GCC) timeline

  • [Past] April 1, 2020 - iOS App retired
  • [Past] January 19, 2021 - Automatic migrations begin if you didn't delay
  • [Past] - Migrate or delay
  • [Past] March 1, 2021 - Automatic migrations even if you delayed
  • March 1, 2022 - Redirection for links and embed codes from Office 365 Video to Stream will no longer be maintained

Microsoft Cloud Deutschland timeline

Office 365 Video, and its successor, Microsoft Stream, will not be deployed to the new German datacenter regions. There will not be any migration tooling provided for Office 365 Video to Microsoft Stream in Microsoft Cloud Deutschland.

  • [Past] April 1, 2020 - iOS App retired
  • [Past] Opt-in migration from Microsoft Cloud Deutschland to new German datacenter
  • [Past] March 1, 2021 – Office 365 Video is retired

Office 365 operated by 21Vianet (China) timeline

Microsoft Stream is not yet available to Office 365 operated by 21Vianet. As such, there will not be any migration tooling provided.

  • [Past] April 1, 2020 - iOS App retired
  • [Past] March 1, 2021 – Office 365 Video is retired