Overview of the new pricing models for Microsoft PowerApps and Flow

2019-09-27 | Toni Pohl

Effective October 1, 2019, the new licensing model for Microsoft PowerApps and Flow will apply. To clarify which functions are included where, we have compiled an overview at a glance here.

To make it short, here are the key data:

This summer, PowerApps got a new feature called PowerApps Portals (see here, some news here and the documentation). A PowerApps Portal allows to develop a low-code, responsive websites which allow external users to interact with the data stored in the Common Data Service. This is also reflected in the new licenses.

By October, Microsoft introduces new stand alone plans for PowerApps and Microsoft Flow.

See the current pricing at powerapps.microsoft.com/pricing and a detailed information at the Microsoft PowerApps and Microsoft Flow Licensing Guide PDF document.

For planning new PowerApps or Flow projects, it´s important to understand the supported features and required licenses. See more at Compare features and pricing.

The PDF´s Appendix B: PowerApps Use Rights shows the PowerApps feature matrix:


The PDF´s Appendix C: Flow Use Rights shows the Flow feature matrix:


For example, if you plan to use a PowerApp with a custom connector or using CDS, a P1 license is required for all users working with that PowerApp.

See more at PowerApps and Microsoft Flow licensing FAQs for October 2019.

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Source: https://blog.atwork.at/post/Microsoft-PowerApps-and-Flow-licensing