Microsoft Stream is releasing the Analytics plugin within the web player experience. Users can see the total Views and Viewer counts of the video over 7, 30, 90 days and an all-time count using line graphs on the plugin panel. They can also see and interact with the viewership retention chart on top of the video playback experience.
Video owners and editors can disable the plugin for users with ‘view only’ permissions.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 99938.
This feature will allow users to view analytics for videos stored in OneDrive or SharePoint for which they have view permissions. The analytics are shown as an overlay during video playback and can be toggled on or off by selecting the ‘Analytics’ side pane. Users will be able to see stats showing the number of views and viewers for the last 90 days along with viewership retention which indicate the parts of the video that are most and least viewed.
When this will happen
Targeted Release: We will begin rolling out mid-January and expect to complete by late January.
Standard Release: We will begin rolling out early February and expect to complete by late February.
How this will affect your organization
This will show information already available for ODSP videos in a more accessible location.
What you need to do to prepare
There are no specific preparations needed for this release.
Message ID: MC495052
Product(s): Microsoft Stream
Cloud instance(s): Worldwide (Standard Multi-Tenant)
Release phase(s): General Availability, Targeted Release