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Gian
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Number of runs in Microsoft Flow per Office 365 Business Plan type

Hi all,

 

I have a question regarding the number of executions made by Flow for the type of business plan, reviewing some Office 365 tenant with business plans E1 and E3, noticing that in the cases of the E3 plans the number of executions is 2000 per month with a check of 5 minutes maximum, in the case of E1 are 750 monthly executions per user with a check of 15 minutes maximum, this is due to the update of the past February 1 ?. What would happen in the case of having an Office 365 E1 business plan and exceeding the limit of monthly executions, will they be counted from a stock exchange that has the plan or will it be invoiced by Microsoft ?, I would appreciate it if you could share information about the type of licensing for Flow in Office 365 business plans.

 

 

Thanks for your attetion 

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Laskewitz
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If you exceed the limit, Microsoft will ask you to "true-up". Flow E1 is part of the Flow for Office 365 plan. This means every E1 license will get 2.000 runs. So your assumption about the 750 executions per month is not right. 

 

Another tip: 

The amount of runs is pooled, so when person 1 with E1 has 100 runs per month and person 2 with E1 has 3899 runs its still within the limit of 4.000 runs. 







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Laskewitz
MVP

If you exceed the limit, Microsoft will ask you to "true-up". Flow E1 is part of the Flow for Office 365 plan. This means every E1 license will get 2.000 runs. So your assumption about the 750 executions per month is not right. 

 

Another tip: 

The amount of runs is pooled, so when person 1 with E1 has 100 runs per month and person 2 with E1 has 3899 runs its still within the limit of 4.000 runs. 







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v-zhos-msft
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Hi @Gian,

I suggest you take a reference to the Pricing of Flow:

https://preview.flow.microsoft.com/en-us/pricing/

Pay attention to the FAQ and Compare plans.

Hope that will help you.

Best Regards,

ZHongys

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