I've searched similar topics but have not come up with a great answer yet so I'm hoping someone can help point me in the right direction.
I'm trying to do a cost analysis on moving our on premise sharepoint farm to Sharpoint Online and utilize flow / Power Apps for the workflows.
We currently have every user in the organization licensed with an office 365 E3 license.
In order to start moving our enteprise workflows into flow/PA - what is needed from a licensing perspective?
I believe that I need to get the stand alone Per User license for any of my development team and/or service accounts that will run the flows. What about users that will simply be triggering flows or consuming Power Apps? Does the E3 license cover them, or do I need to get the per-user licensing for everyone triggering a flow/PA? Assume we will be using premium features in both apps.
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As long as your users dont use premiu features the basic E3 license will cover everything (creating, running etc.)
The per user or the per flow license comes into effect when using premium actions
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Thank you @Rez - so that means that If a developer creates a flow with a premium action, any user that triggers that flow (via sharepoint or a PowerApp) would require the premium licensing? If that is the case, then I assume it's the same if the PowerApp uses a premium feature - any user accessing that power app would require a premium license as well?
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