In this blog I’ve listed all the resources I could find to assist you in understanding the licensing options for #PowerAutomate. I’ve also created a summary infographic which I hope will help. #PowerPlatform #PowerAddicts
Disclaimer: The purpose of this #PowerPlatform 1 month blog series is not to create experts, but create curious, self-learning #HumansofIT, not afraid to try, fail and learn. Focus is to enable #CitizenDevelopers (non developers) to add extra to ordinary and become EXTRAORDINARY. All humans have the ability to be great, it’s fear of failing and the unknown that keeps us back. If that’s the only thing I can achieve, to break down your fear of technical concepts, then my work here is done 🙂
Power Automate Licensing Resources
Below are the Microsoft resources as well as a very detailed blog by Jussi Roine which helped me a lot.
- Power Apps and Power Automate licensing FAQs
- Licensing overview for Power Platform
- Power Automate Plan Feature Table
- Microsoft Power Apps and Microsoft Power Automate Licensing Guide
- The comprehensive licensing guide to Microsoft Power Automate (formerly Flow) and Power Apps – Jussi Roine
- Power Apps / Power Automate Community Plan
- What are Microsoft Power Apps and Power Automate use rights for Dynamics 365 applications?
Other blogs in this 1 month #PowerPlatform series:
- Getting Started with the Microsoft Power Platform
- Microsoft Power Platform: What is Power BI?
- Microsoft Power Platform: Using Power BI on different platforms / devices
- Microsoft Power Platform: Introduction to Power Automate (Flow)
- Power Platform: What are the connectors & triggers in Power Automate?
- Power Platform: How to use Templates in Power Automate
- Power Platform: Save email attachments to OneDrive with Power Automate
- Power Platform: Create a Power Automate workflow from scratch
- Power Platform: Post selected Tweets from Twitter to Yammer with Power Automate
- Power Platform: Use Power Automate to save email attachments to Microsoft Teams
- Power Platform: Approve and move documents to other folders with Power Automate
- Power Platform: Create a Leave Request SharePoint List and setup approvals with Power Automate
- Power Platform: Share, Save As, Send a Copy & Export Power Automate Workflows
- Power Platform: Troubleshoot your Power Automate workflow Errors
Community = #LearningThroughSharing
Power Automate Specific
Twitter handles to follow:
- Microsoft Power Virtual Agents @MSPowerVirtual
- Microsoft Power Apps @MSPowerApps
- Microsoft Power Automate @MSPowerAutomate
- Microsoft Power BI @MSPowerBI
- Dynamics 365 @MSFTDynamics365
- Microsoft Azure @Azure
- Office 365 @Office365
- Microsoft @Microsoft
- Tech Community @MSTCommunity
Power Platform Blogs & sites:
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March 16, 2020 at 5:48 pm
Good summary. It would be good to add that for Office 365, Premium connectors are not part of the O365 Flow licence ? That is why buying extra per user / flow is necessary
March 16, 2020 at 7:13 pm
I’ll add that. It was in a previous blog. I’ll note it on the Infographic – just forgot. 😊