Enable video policies for videos based on utilization (e.g. deletion)
Imagine we have a working stream environment with very active content creators. Over time, we will create a lot of content that will become obsolete over time.
It might be interesting from a governance point of view to explore the implementation of video policies. These video policies are triggered on specific events based on video utilization (e.g. last watch time). The main use case is the deletion of unused videos. Here some ideas about what policies might be able to do:
- if a video hasn't been watched for more than 1 year, delete it automatically.
- if a video hasn't been watched for more than 1 year, trigger a flow that will handle this specific video with some custom behavior (e.g. archiving, asking the author what should happen with the video)
this should include everyone currently complaining about retention also
Add, please: * Delete the video automatically after a selected days from it has been broadcast or uploaded
Andreas Z. commented
I second that! And in addition, a publishing duration for a video, like "I want to have this video published for 3 weeks, then it becomes old and I don´t want the company to see it anymore."
So, options to publish a video during a certain time period, like from x to y, and after that, either:
1. remove all sharing and leave only the uploader active
2. or put it in an "Archive" like proposed above, and out-of-sight of the users in the "active" videos
3. or delete it completely
Maybe a choice field for "what to do after end of publishing reached" would be great, to chose whether to delete or archive this video.
We definitely need this. Important feature from a governance point of view.
Mallesham Tadakapally commented
Please enable video policies for videos based on utilization