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(iPad and iPhone) Play/Pause button too difficult to press
Issue Definition: (iPad and iPhone) When attempting to play/pause a video, video instead jumps to the playback area closes to the location pressed. Customer Experience: When I want to play or pause the video, I push on the play/pause button. But instead of playing or pausing, the video jumps to the playback position closest to where I selected. If I want to play/pause correctly, the workaround is to select BELOW the play/pause button. Steps to Repro: 1. Select a video. 2. Select the Play/Pause button. Expected Behavior: Video either plays or pauses. Actual Behavior: Video playback jumps to the point closes to the position pressed. Troubleshooting: Either the video progress bar’s selectable area is too wide, or the play/pause button’s selectable area is too small or narrow. This is happening on the iPad (7th Generation, Software Version 13.3) and the iPhone 11 Pro Max (Software Version 13.3.1) on the most recent update as of January 30, 2020.
UX Needs Lots of Work
The pause button interferes with the timeline, you can’t skip ahead 15 seconds or behind, the movement inside and outside the app causes issues, when an alarm sounds and you’re out of the app the video pauses, the overall navigation is redundant and not intuitive, the desktop experience makes you log in with your email every time you hit the homepage. This needs a fair amount of work.
Would be great to have channel navigation in this app like the browser version has. Also would be great to remember your spot in a long video when you break it up across multiple listening sessions
Better Admin Control
I would like to be able to see my channels and groups, instead of having one directory for all videos. Can we get this in a future release? I love the app, but it works more for the end user, not the admin at the moment.
Can’t choose group to upload to
I don’t want my video made companywide. Why can’t I choose to upload and have it viewable in groups that I select like I can using a browser?
Having to upload videos on a daily basis I was ecstatic when the mobile app finally appeared and didn't have to log-in to O365 online and upload from iCloud. However, Lately, EVERTIME I start the Stream app I get an “Ooops...” error from the app. This error won’t allow me to do ANYTHING in the app and it freezes. I have deleted and reinstalled but the same thing happens. Is this a known issue? I love the app but right now it is useless!
I love Stream
What a great product to add to the many awesome MS products. The only thing preventing 5 stars is the inability to share a link to the video. Desktop version gets 5 stars though.
Not bad but missing key features
App seems to be nice but is light on features such as viewing Channels. Searching on a phrase or Name of a Video takes a very long time and results in network timeouts.
Is there a way to allow users to view their subscribed channels in the app? Seems like a big miss if the answer is no...After further reading, it seems this feature was due this summer? Any updates?
Needs more features to be useful
This app lacks basic features that are critical for managing content. I end up just using the website. Useless until they add more features.
Uploads Fail Constantly
I can’t upload anything unless I keep the app showing and my phone screen unlocked. I can’t even have the app open in the background. It bricks my phone. Why not upload in the background?
If there is a way to upload a video in the app, it’s not obvious. That is one of the great features of Office 365 Video app. This still has a ways to go before it will replace O365 Video. :-(
So I downloaded the app. I attempted to sign-up (but it led me to log in only) once I inputted my Acct. Email & then the app would not allow me to do a single thing more! Deleting this app...
Yes. Microsoft Stream is quiet safe to use but use with caution. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 124 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 2.9/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Microsoft Stream Is 26.6/100.
Yes. Microsoft Stream is legit, but not 100% legit to us. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 124 Microsoft Stream User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for Microsoft Stream Is 26.6/100.
Microsoft Stream works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.
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