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Power Automate free license limitations

I've searched a lot of Microsoft product pages but I can't seem to find what the limitations are when using the 'free license' of Power Automate. With this 'license' I mean what you get as part of a Microsoft 365 subscription.


I'm part of a large organization and have a Microsoft 365 E3 subscription. I have access to Power Automate (and Power Apps), but only to the non-premium functions. I'd like to know what limitations there are for flows that I create as part of this subscription. So for example the maximum number of flow requests per day. And are there any other limitations?


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Thanks Jay!

I already had a look at that document but apparently missed the section Power Automate use rights included with Office 365 licenses on page 13 and 14.

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Hello Steven26,

I have the same situation as you, big company with E3 license. I can create flows, however I can not edit these. If I want to edit the flows, I always get the message that I can choose a test license. I also wonder that for the plan there is written that the flow uses the "pro user plan". 


Do you have the same issue?


Thanks & best regards 

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