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Record calls and meetings – the updateRecordingStatus API in Microsoft Graph is now generally available

We’re pleased to announce that our updateRecordingStatus API is now generally available in Microsoft Graph v1.0! This API allows bots to record Microsoft Teams calls and meetings as part of our policy-based recording solution. This is a part of our cloud communications API set on Microsoft Graph.

After a policy is set and assigned to a user, for example, each time this user joins a call or meeting, the corresponding recording bot that is identified in the policy will be joined to the meeting.

Policy-based call recording can be used to help address compliance and regulatory-based scenarios. For example, an organization might want to store records of privileged meetings between employees in the event of an audit or other requirements for call recordings. Participants on current Teams clients will be notified via a banner. Other participants will be notified through an audio announcement.

 

Policy-Based Recording Banner Text for when Recording is Started
The banner used to indicate that call recording has started. The content of the banner text is subject to change.

 

Policy-Based Recording Banner Text for when Recording is Stopped
The banner used to indicate that call recording has stopped. The content of the banner text is subject to change.

Learn more

For more information, see Teams policy-based recording for calls and meetings. For information about contact center integrations for Microsoft Teams, see the article here.

Next steps

Get started with our policy-based recording bot sample. This standalone sample is meant to serve as a reference. It is not meant for production use.

Feedback

For questions or feedback, visit the Microsoft Graph Support page.

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