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New Stream (on SharePoint) web part release

New Stream (on SharePoint) web part release

If you're a customer who publishes videos to SharePoint Pages and news posts, then this is an important message for you. The Stream (Classic) webpart in SharePoint will be retired on August 15, 2023, as noted in Message Center post MC561187. However, the Stream (on SharePoint) web part will support configuration of a single video and multiple videos for videos stored in OneDrive or SharePoint.

The Stream (on SharePoint) webpart will begin its general availability roll out in mid-August 2023, and Microsoft expects the rollout to complete by mid-September 2023. After August 15, 2023, organizations will not be able to use Stream (Classic) webpart anymore. However, all existing SharePoint pages and news posts that were built using Stream (Classic) webpart will continue to function as usual.

Before the availability of the new Stream (on SharePoint) web part, you can currently use video eligible webparts such as “File and Media”, “Hero”, “Highlighted content” and “List” webparts to publish videos/playlists from Stream (on SharePoint) to SharePoint Pages. After availability of this web part, it is recommended to use it for publishing a single video and multiple videos from a folder and continue using “List” web part for publishing a playlist to SharePoint Pages.

To prepare for this change, follow the documentation for detailed timelines and video publishing guidance on the new Stream. The post New Stream (on SharePoint) web part release originally appeared on M365 Admin.

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