Sometimes I wish that there was just one way to brand SharePoint and it would be fast and easy. Well I can dream on, right? There are so many ways to do this, and I have tried to sort out what the best way would be to brand a site with least amount of work and to avoid user interaction on new sites. You who have branded sites using Master Pages knows what I am talking about: yes, you create a fancy
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The first time I tried to upload a video from my iPhone 6 into the Office365 video portal, it failed. But I tried again and this time it worked. You can add a Title and a description on the video before you upload it, and then it takes quite some time to upload just a small video on about 2 minutes. At least it worked this time, and the video is available on my portal.
It’s a new feature in Office Video (for #Office365 licenses) that you can now embed one of the uploaded videos on a page. Which is great! You can also control the size in the code.
Go to your Office Video portal
Click on the video you want to embed
Click on “Embed” up in the right corner
Then copy the code inside the box
Then go back to your site, Edit the page and select “Embed code” up in the ribbon
Paste the code and make any changes
Save the page and your video is on a page 🙂
Now I just want to be able to select which thumbnail the video should display!