I have but the following message : "
Your PowerApps Trial plan will expire in a few days." arrived
Can some one help me ?
we have an office 365 E3 subsription
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Regarding Plan 1 and Plan 2 prcing, can non-profit organisations get more favourable pricing? Flows are being touted as the replacmentment for the indigenous SharePoint 2013 Workflows ( quote from MS Tech Summmit) , I am not so sure the license model is going to help this aim - maybe a lmited number of Pan 1 /Plan 2 Flows & Apps included in certain Office 365 Plans IMHO.
@westerdaled I appreciate you reaching out and although we are not currently tracking to add PowerApps & Flow to the Office non-profit plans (or offering our own version for our own stand-alone plans), I will bring it back and discuss it with the team. If you have the time to do so, I would ask you to add this suggestion to the PowerApps Ideas board: https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/PowerApps-Ideas/idb-p/PowerAppsIdeas.
Based on the statement However, if those apps DO leverage premium features then you will no longer be able to use those apps. can you clone or copy the old site when you get your licensing to preserve what you created?
There is another problem with this.
I started the trial even though my E3 License already includes Power Apps. Now when the trial expired and I try to access Power Apps.
It redirects me to the page asking to renew the trial.
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