Office 365 Video

Last Updated: 08/10/2017


Office 365 Video is an application users can use to post and stream videos within an organization or group.


Office 365 Video is a website portal that people in your organization can use to post and view videos such as communications, recordings of meetings, presentations, or training sessions. Features include: 

  • Ability to share videos to specific groups within CU Boulder
  • Office 365 based permissions to control who can upload or view videos
  • Multiple channel administrators
  • Track the number of views and other statistics of your videos

*Note: The Office 365 Video service should be used for videos that serve an educational or professional purpose. OIT recommends using a separate YouTube or Vimeo account for personal use.

Who can get it

All CU Boulder Students, Faculty and Staff with Office 365 accounts will be able to access and use Office 365 video.

Requesting a channel in the Office 365 Video portal

To request a Video channel in Office 365 Video, send an email to with the following information: 

  • The name and CULoginName of the Channel Administrator responsible for managing the Office 365 Video channel
  • The name and CULoginName of a backup Channel Administrator responsible for managing the Office 365 Video channel
  • A proposed display name and description for the channel
    • Note: Channel names should follow the naming convention Department - Unit (e.g. OIT - Human Resources or Athletics - Baseball). If you are unsure what the name of your channel should be, OIT staff will assist in finding the appropriate name for your channel.

An OIT specialist will create the Office 365 Video channel and get in touch with you once it's created.

Help Resources 

Use the following resources to manage, use, and modify your Office 365 Video Channel: 


CU Boulder is committed to providing help information and assistance with campus services for all users, including those with accessibility concerns. Office 365 Video accessibility considerations, information for content creators, alternatives/workarounds, and more can be found on the Accessibility in Office 365 Video page.