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JMUSharePoint
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Question regarding PowerApps User Licensing

I'm confused over the change in Microsoft's PowerApps and Flow licensing.  I have users who have created multiple PowerApps using the Plan 1 license.  Will their apps quit working once the Plan 1 and Plan 2 licenses are removed by Microsoft?  Will there no longer be any FREE licenses?

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Re: Question regarding PowerApps User Licensing

Yes, PowerApps and Flows that use only SharePoint, OneDrive or other standard connectors will continue to work with the "seeded" license that comes with Office 365.



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Re: Question regarding PowerApps User Licensing

If users have created PowerApps that use Premium features available in Plan 1 they will need to upgrade to Standalone plan licenses after October 1.  The "Free" license that was included with Office 365 will remain.  But that license never covered the premium connectors or features. That is why most people purchased Plan 1. For those users they can either buy the new standalone plan, switch to a Per App plan, or stop using the Premium features that Plan 1 provided.



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JMUSharePoint
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Re: Question regarding PowerApps User Licensing

So if users have created PowerApps and Flows that connect to SharePoint, they will still work, correct?

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Re: Question regarding PowerApps User Licensing

Yes, PowerApps and Flows that use only SharePoint, OneDrive or other standard connectors will continue to work with the "seeded" license that comes with Office 365.



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Community Support Team
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Re: Question regarding PowerApps User Licensing

Hi @JMUSharePoint ,

 

According to https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform/admin/powerapps-flow-licensing-faq:

What will happen to the existing PowerApps and Microsoft Flow plans on October 1, 2019?

The existing P1 and P2 plans for PowerApps and Microsoft Flow will be transitioning to the new PowerApps per app and per user plans, as well as the Microsoft Flow per user and per Microsoft Flow plans. Existing customers will be able to maintain the P1 and P2 plans for PowerApps and Microsoft Flow for the duration of their current subscription period, and they may be eligible to also renew under current terms depending upon when their subscription period expires. Similarly, new customers may be able to purchase the existing P1 and P2 plans prior to April 1, 2020. Please contact your Microsoft account rep for more information.

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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