PowerApps and Flow license based on Office 365 license

This blog post is based on the Licensing document released by Microsoft in April 2019. The intent of this blog post is to help you understand the licensing better based on the Office 365 license you currently have.


If you have any of these Office 365 Licenses –

Office 365 Business Essentials
Office 365 Business Premium
Office 365 A1 for Students Office 365 A1 Plus for Faculty Office 365 A1 Plus for Students Office 365 A1 for Faculty
Office 365 A3 for Faculty Office 365 A3 for Students Office 365 A3 for Student Use Benefit
Office 365 A5 for Student Use Benefit Office 365 A5 Office 365 A5 for Faculty Office 365 A5 for Students
Office 365 Education E3 for Faculty Office 365 Education E3 for Students Office 365 Education for Homeschool for Faculty Office 365 Education for Homeschool for Students
Office 365 Enterprise E1 Office 365 Enterprise E2 Office 365 Enterprise E5
Office 365 Enterprise E3 Office 365 Enterprise E3 Developer Office 365 Enterprise E3 without ProPlus

This means you have –

“PowerApps for Office 365” and “Flow for Office 365” License

which allows you to do all the stuff below –

PowerApps
Create, run and share apps
Run canvas apps in context of Office 365
Connect to Office 365 data
Connect to cloud services using standard connectors
Run apps in a browser or PowerApps mobile for iOS and Android
Run Canvas apps offline
Support for data policies established by the Office 365 administrator
Flow
Create unlimited automated workflows
Maximum number of runs per month (per user)
2,000 1
Maximum flow frequency5 minutes
Create flows from thousands of templates available in the public gallery
SLA99.9%
Connect to Office 365, other Microsoft services, and common cloud-based services like Twitter and WordPress using standard connectors
Access on-premises data using on-premises data gateway
Invite others to share ownership and run flows
Access on-premises data or use premium or custom connectors
Data storage and management in Common Data Service

 1 – The number of flow runs is aggregated across all users in the company. If your company exceeds more than the included runs per month per user, you can buy an additional quota of runs per month:

For every additional:50,000 runs
Added cost / month:USD $40.00

If you have Office 365 Enterprise F1, you get the below functionalities –

PowerApps
Create, run and share apps
Run canvas apps in context of Office 365
Connect to Office 365 data
Connect to cloud services using standard connectors
Run apps in a browser or PowerApps mobile for iOS and Android
Run Canvas apps offline
Support for data policies established by the Office 365 administrator
Flow
Create unlimited automated workflows
Maximum number of runs per month (per user)
750
Maximum flow frequency15 minutes
Create flows from thousands of templates available in the public gallery
SLANA
Connect to Office 365, other Microsoft services, and common cloud-based services like Twitter and WordPress using standard connectors
Access on-premises data using on-premises data gateway
Access on-premises data or use premium or custom connectors
Data storage and management in Common Data Service

Other references used for this post-

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform/admin/pricing-billing-skus#licenses

For the pricing for PowerApps and Flow Standalone plans, refer to these links –

https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/pricing/

https://flow.microsoft.com/en-us/pricing/

This post definitely doesn’t cover everything related to licensing and is focused more towards what your existing Office 365 license includes.

Let me know if you have any questions in the comments.

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