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Power App / Automate licensing question

Users at my company are using a Power App to create items in a SharePoint list (enabled through Office 365 use rights). 

 

I now want to create a flow with premium and custom connectors which is triggered when an item is created in the list. Can I enable this through a Power Automate per flow or per user license or do I need a Power Apps premium license for every end user of the Power App? 

 

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@power74837 

 

I recommend taking Per User Flow License for a Service account. 

 

I am assuming that you are going to use Premium connections only from Power Automate. 

 

You can create a flow by using this Service account with a trigger "When an item is created" in the list. With this approach, you do not need license for every user. Also, you do not need Power Apps premium license as well.

 

In future, you can create such flows using this account for other applications as well. 

 

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Krishna Rachakonda

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Thank you @rsaikrishna. Are there any limitations to doing this I need to be aware of? There are potentially 1000s of users who will be using the Power App. 

@power74837 

 

Not sure how complex and huge your Power Automate will be. But, there are definitely limitations with respect to API calls. Each action we place on the flow is an API call. 

 

With per user flow license, you can have 5000 API calls per day.

 

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Reference: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform/admin/api-request-limits-allocations

 

I hope this will help you.

 

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Krishna Rachakonda

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I believe this falls under Multiplexing.

Microsoft recommends either you license all users who are going to use that flow with the Power Automate Per user License.

Or

You buy the Power automate per Flow Plan so it can have unlimited users.

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