From March 2022, the price of Microsoft 365 licenses will increase. This post describes the upcoming changes.
Good news! Microsoft have announced that from October 2021, the licensing costs for many users could fall by half.
Power Apps licensing can be difficult to understand, particularly for users with Microsoft 365 plans who want to access Dataverse or other premium features. In this post, I describe why I think Microsoft 365/Power Apps licensing is so confusing.
A simple but important question that I see from time-to-time is - what license do I have? Here's where in the UI we can find this out.
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