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Power Apps Portal License for starter

Hello, everyone

 

I am considering buy some license for portal, first time do it. Now is a bit of confused on what license to choose from.

 

1. Microsoft Power Apps Plan 1/2

This is the fundamental license for build an app, even without sharing with anyone yet.

 

2. Microsoft Apps Portal page view capacity add-on

Even if I am intended to build a website for people to login & do stuff, I still need this add-on since they need first to "view" the page then navigate to login page

 

3. Microsoft Apps Portals login capacity add-on

That is the final one to enable user to login.

 

Thanks in advance!

 

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Hi @hsy ,

1)license for powerapps:

Since you need to use CDS as portal's data source, so you need to buy powerapps premium license firstly.

Powerapps have two kinds of premium licenses( not plan1/2): per user plan, per app plan.

You could choose based on the amount that you want to create portals.

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2)You need to buy view add-on and login add-on right based on the user types that you want.

  • External users (authenticated) will be $200 for 100 logins/month.
  • External users (anonymous) will be $100 for 100,000 web page views/month.
  • Internal users are able to access portals using a PowerApps per app or per user plan as per above.

If you want both authenticated users and anonymous users use your portal, then you need to buy two capacities(200$+100$).

 

Best regards,

Community Support Team _ Phoebe Liu
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Hi @hsy , 

 

 You can look at the following page 

https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/pricing/  . Also below snapshot for your reference. 

 

ragavanrajan_0-1602122524802.png

 

The decision would be depends on whether you plan to use many PowerApps / different portal types in future then you can opt in to plan 2.  With plan 1, you will get only one customer portal. 

 

For your questions 2 & 3. It depends on whether you want your external users to be authenticated.  Then you can choose your add on accordingly 

 

Screenshot 2020-10-08 150820.png

 

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Thank you for your info @ragavanrajan 

 

Just to confirm if I want to be able to share the app to a random person on the street and allow then to login,

I need buy both view add-on and login add-on right?

Hi @hsy ,

1)license for powerapps:

Since you need to use CDS as portal's data source, so you need to buy powerapps premium license firstly.

Powerapps have two kinds of premium licenses( not plan1/2): per user plan, per app plan.

You could choose based on the amount that you want to create portals.

1086.PNG

 

2)You need to buy view add-on and login add-on right based on the user types that you want.

  • External users (authenticated) will be $200 for 100 logins/month.
  • External users (anonymous) will be $100 for 100,000 web page views/month.
  • Internal users are able to access portals using a PowerApps per app or per user plan as per above.

If you want both authenticated users and anonymous users use your portal, then you need to buy two capacities(200$+100$).

 

Best regards,

Community Support Team _ Phoebe Liu
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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Hi @hsy  I have referred the old naming convention of Plan 1 and Plan 2. The intention was not to confuse you. However @v-yutliu-msft  instruction is very clear. 

 

Please yell out if you need any further info. 

 

 

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