Microsoft Copilot for Microsoft 365

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Microsoft Power Apps: Simplify License Management with Auto-Claim

Effective September 12, 2023 in preview and effective November 1, 2023 generally available is auto-claiming for Microsoft Power Apps licenses. This feature enables IT administrators to set up policies that automatically assign Power Apps Premium licenses to users when they launch an app that needs them.   Key Benefits Automatic

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Microsoft Power Apps license request by makers

Since May 9, 2023, makers can now proactively request Power Apps premium licenses for their app users. The term “makers” refers to the individuals who create and develop applications using Power Apps.   Requesting Licenses as a Maker To request licenses, makers can access the option during the app share

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Microsoft Power Apps: Request a license from admins

Effective March 20, 2023, Power Apps users can now directly request a license from their admin through the product itself. This new feature provides an additional option to users who require a license to run an app, along with the existing “buy a license” and “start a trial” options. IT

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Microsoft AI Builder: Azure OpenAI Service integration

Announced March 6, 2023, Azure OpenAI Service will be integrated into Microsoft AI Builder, and is currently in preview. Azure OpenAI Service enables users to use a new low-code generative AI model and templates within Microsoft Power Automate and Microsoft Power Apps. AI Builder is integrated in Microsoft Power Platform

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Microsoft Power Apps per App plan dissolved

Effective April 1, 2022, the Microsoft Power Apps per app plan product family for all segments is no longer available. A simplified licensing model, Microsoft Power Apps pay-as-you-go, was introduced previously. With the Microsoft Power Apps per App plan, you run one app or portal per user, stacking licenses for

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Microsoft Power Apps pay-as-you-go available

Effective November 2, 2021, pay-as-you-go pricing is available for Microsoft Power Apps. Customers now have the option to purchase the Power Apps per App plan with an Azure Subscription. The Power Apps per App pay-as-you-go plan introduces the flexibility for customers to pay for Power Apps based on usage –

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Microsoft Power Apps pricing and licensing updates

Effective October 1, 2021, licensing changes for Microsoft Power Apps take place. Both the prices for the Power Apps per user plan and the Power Apps per app plan are being reduced by 50%. These plans are available through SCHNEIDER IT MANAGEMENT as your Cloud Solution Provider (CSP), Volume Licensing

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Microsoft PowerApps and Microsoft Flow standalone plans available

Microsoft announced that, effective October 1, 2019, they will offer the following standalone plans: Microsoft PowerApps per App and Microsoft Flow per Business Process. Microsoft PowerApps per App will allow individual users to run applications for a specific business scenario, while Microsoft Flow per Business Process will enable critical business

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