Power Apps and Power Automate Community Survey
As announced at the Microsoft Ignite 2019 conference earlier this month and updated online on Nov 13th, changes have been made to the licensing around Power Apps and Power Automate (Microsoft Flow). While the changes were, in part, an effort to simplify and streamline the licensing (see Microsoft FAQs), many small-to-medium businesses and independents who were early adopters of the technology are still struggling with these changes. In an effort to capture data around these licensing impacts and better understand the (potential) impacts to adoption and usages of Power Apps and Power Automate, we have created this short community survey. All responses are anonymous, and no personal data is being collected. The results of the survey will be shared on December 3rd via blog and live stream from the European SharePoint, Office 365, and Azure Conference in Prague.
Supporting this community effort are PAIT Group, WEBCON, Extranet User Manager, IW Mentor, tyGraph, Sympraxis Consulting, the European SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure Conference, Microsoft User Group Utah, CollabTalk, and Techsplaining.
To read more on this topic, check out related blog posts by MVP Rob Windsor, RD & MVP Jussi Roine, and community expert Matt Weston, or browse the #MSIgnite 2019 session catalog for all of the latest news.
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