I have received an email like this " Your PowerApps trial plan is close to expiry."
I have created an app "Lienzo" and I'm not sure what kind of plan I need to use it after end of trial version. My IT administrator has confirmed that I have E1 (Enterprise E1), but we don't know if this is enough.
Could you please help me?
I only have 5 days more of use...
Thanks a lot,
You are receiving this email because you signed up for a 30d trial of the PowerApps Plan 2 license.
If you want to purchase a paid Plan 2 license, your administrator can follow the steps here: https://docs.microsoft.com/powerapps/administrator/signup-for-powerapps-admin#purchase-powerapps-dir....
If you do not need the Plan 2 trial license anymore, and you are find with the current PowerApps capabilities included in your Office 365 license, then you can ignore the email let the trial license expire. You can find out the difference between what is included in your Office 365 license and the PowerApps Plan 2 license here: https://powerapps.microsoft.com/pricing/.
If you need more time to make the decision, you can optionally choose to extend you trial an additional 30days from web.powerapps.com after you have reached the 30 day limit.
Have you signed up for a free trial of PowerApps Plan 2 before using your current login account?
Do you mean that your current login account has an Office 365 Enterprise E1 license?
If your current login account has an Office 365 Enterprise E1 license, I think you could ignore this expiration notification message (just leave the free trial expired). You could still use PowerApps through your Office 365 Enterprise E1 license. More details about the Office 365 Plans include PowerApps, please check the following article:
In addition, more details about What happens when your free trial expires, please check the following article: