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Microsoft Stream: video reactions

Microsoft Stream: video reactions

Microsoft Stream has introduced a new feature that allows users to add or remove reactions during playback of a video. This feature is available on the Stream Web App and Embed platforms and provides viewers the opportunity to react to specific parts of a recorded video, providing support to the video owner.

The feature allows viewers to see how their colleagues feel about the video and navigate to the most important parts. In addition, the video owners can see detailed analytics of when and how viewers are reacting to their videos and can disable the feature if necessary.

This feature is currently in preview and will be generally released in June 2024. It will be available on the Web Cloud Instance Worldwide platform as well as GCC, GCC High, and DoD. With this new feature, Microsoft Stream continues to enhance its offering of interactive and collaborative video experiences for users.

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