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License to use MS Flow

Greetings,

 

I am working on MS Flow and SharePoint such that my MS flow will send a notifications.  However, I am not use if the MS Flow comes free with our Office 365.  We are not in full MS 365 since our email is still our local server.

 

To be able to confirm with my users that my solution will be in MS Flow.  What is a way for me to know the licensed software to user so that my solution for their automatic notification will be confirmed as part of our existing licensed software.

 

Thanks in advanced.

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Re: License to use MS Flow

When yo are in SharePoint check the top left for your Icon (pic or human) .  Click on it select Account,  then to the left select subscriptions.  It will tell your Office 365 level.

 

We have Enterprise E3 which means we now get unlimited flows but based on only 2000 API calls per user,  this is a massive change in their licensing as I have one flow that does at least 2000 API calls a day.  You get any unused API calls by other users. Currently not a problem as we 2000 users with E3 license and only a few of us use Flow (at the moment). 

 

Need to watch this space as Microsoft appear to be captilising on the initial popularity and trying to start extracting blood from the stone.  Like Apple greed will bight

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