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License

As I know :

 Per App plan  has 30 licenses for one app,  basically we can share one app to 30 users.

What is Per User Plan then?... I do know that  it has unlimited app access.. But what about the licenses?... How many users can access it once we share?.. 

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Hi @samikshashetty ,

 

Each user need to have his own per user license to share the apps between them.

 

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Mona

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Hi @samikshashetty 

I'm not sure where found the information that the Per App plan has 30 licenses for one app. Can you confirm where you found this information?

Both the Per App and Per User plans are licensed on a per user basis.

The per user plan is $40/user/month. So if you want to share your app with 30 users, the monthly cost would be $1,200 (eg $40 x 30).

 

 

More details are here...

https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/pricing/ 

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When first announced the per App plan had a minimum purchase requirement of 30 licenses.  That restriction was dropped before the licensing became official.  A per App license covers one user for two related Apps, for one month.  The per User license covers one user for any number of Apps for one month. I hope that clarifies.



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I found the same From Microsoft Inspire Document through webinar they had previously. I m attaching the same document here..

and i also found a comment in which it was also said the same thing link is below 

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Power-Apps-Governance-and/PowerApps-Licensing/m-p/421912/highlig...

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The Inspire document was from very early in the process and does not match the licensing that was actually released.  For that you should be looking at the actual licensing guide.

https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=2085130 



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Hi @samikshashetty ,

 

Each user need to have his own per user license to share the apps between them.

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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