There’s an updated (August 2020) Power Apps Licensing Guide.
The main change is clarification that the Power Apps per app/per user licences do not include RPA functionality for which a separate purchase of Power Automate per user with attended RPA plan is required.
As usual, find the details of all of the changes in the Change Log on page 24, and get the updated guide itself here: https://bit.ly/3kumMyF.
There’s an updated (July 2020) Power Apps Licensing Guide.
There are just minor adjustments, such as updating for the name changes of some of the Office 365 and Microsoft 365 plans.
Find the updated guide here: https://bit.ly/3hJhDjJ and check out the Change Log on page 24 for the full list of changes.
There’s an updated (May 2020) Power Apps Licensing Guide. The main change is some additional wording added to the Power Virtual Agents section clarifying terms such as a “billed session” and a “turn” on page 15. As usual, the full changes are detailed in the Change Log on page 24.
Find this updated Licensing Guide here: https://bit.ly/PowAppsLGMay2020
There’s an updated (December 2019) Dynamics 365 Mixed Reality Licensing Guide. There aren’t major changes, just the renaming of PowerApps and Flow to Power Apps and Power Automate, and you can find this guide here: http://bit.ly/MixRealDecLG2019.
There’s an updated (December 2019) Dynamics 365 Licensing Guide. It includes confirmation that users licensed with Sales Professional may use Marketing Campaigns and Lists, and that while users with Team Members licences have access to the Dynamics 365 Mobile app, they don’t have access to offline capabilities. And finally, the Power Platform family completes its round of name changes with PowerApps going to Power Apps, and Flow to Power Automate.
Find the updated guide here: http://bit.ly/D365LGDec2019.
If you’re interested in the licensing of PowerApps and Power Automate then you may find this page of licensing FAQs useful. It covers a diverse range of topics including trial licences, the Common Data Service, Add-ons, Portals, and AI Builder. Find it here: http://bit.ly/32U9ocP.
There’s an updated (November 2019) PowerApps and Flow Licensing Guide. There are only small changes to this guide since the main changes to PowerApps and Flow licensing happened in October 2019. Find the changes detailed in the Change Log on page 21, and note that this guide isn’t yet updated for the renaming of Flow to Power Automate. Get this latest guide here: http://bit.ly/PowAppLGNov2019.
There are significant changes to PowerApps and Flow licensing from 1 October, 2019 so the Licensing Guide is updated accordingly. Find the summary of changes to the licensing on page 1, and find the guide itself here: http://bit.ly/MSLicensingGuides.
There’s an updated (July 2019) PowerApps and Flow Licensing Guide with text added to indicate that the Common Data Service will allow integration with Outlook and SharePoint. Find out more about the facilities enabled for app users here: http://bit.ly/2KIntEm, and find the guide in the brand new PowerApps and Flow section at http://bit.ly/MSLicensingGuides.
new licensing options for PowerApps and Flow which will take effect in October
2019. Customers will be able to license internal users for an individual PowerApps
app at $10 per user per app per month, or for unlimited apps at $40 per user
will be the way to create and license apps for external users and this service
is now in public preview from 18 July, 2019: http://bit.ly/2Oq92cf. Authenticated users will be charged at
$200 for 100 logins per month and anonymous users will be $100 for 100,000 web
page views per month.
From a Flow
perspective, customers will now be able to choose to license an individual user
to create unlimited workflows and business processes at a cost of $15 per user
per month. Alternatively, they can choose to license individual business
processes for an unlimited number of users at a cost of $500 per business
process per month for up to 5 active workflows.
article is here: http://bit.ly/2JZo3gY,
and if you want to watch a session from the Inspire partner conference
explaining all this, then you’ll find that here: http://bit.ly/2Y2Cp8L.