One of the housekeeping items I encourage individual users and Admins to do is adjust the duration that Teams recording is kept in SharePoint/OneDrive.
Many users assume it is kept there indefinitely, but this is not the case. Video files take up quite a bit of storage space. Multiply each file by the number of meetings you have, and you get the idea. Luckily, there is a way for both Admins and individual team members to adjust the duration/threshold, and that is what I want to explain in this post.
How to change the expiration of the individual Teams Meeting recordings
In this post we detail how to change the default expiration time for meeting recordings in Microsoft Teams.
Teams meeting recordings saved to OneDrive may be set to expire, sending the video to the recycling bin for 90 days before deletion. Follow these steps to modify the video's expiration settings from a OneDrive Recordings folder.
By default, recordings of Microsoft Teams meetings expire after 120 days. The expiration dates of recordings can be changed or removed when viewing the recording through SharePoint.
Teams video recordings may be set to expire, sending the video to the recycling bin for 90 days before deletion. Follow these steps to modify the video's expiration settings from a Teams chat post.