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Power Platform Licensing Update

Licensing changes to the Microsoft Power Platform went live on October 1, 2019. Join us to learn more about the new plans for Power Platform, understand how new capabilities are licensed, know about changes to licensing, and participate in Q&A to help answer your questions.


Session 1

Date: January 15, 2020

Time: 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Pacific

Registration URL: https://aka.ms/DYN751PAL-Register


Session 2

Date: January 15, 2020

Time: 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Pacific

Registration URL: https://aka.ms/DYN751PAL2-Register


Detailed Agenda:

• High level overview of the changes: 5 min

• Details on Power Platform changes: 20 min

• Top FAQs not covered in the FAQ doc: 10 min

• Questions and Answers: 20 min

• Wrap up: 5 min


I love to see the evolution of the Power Platform!


This is a great platform for delivering high value to customers within a short period of time and on a balanced budget. Microsoft's contribution to the low-code segment is so much more than what the competition offers as it is so easy to integrate with Microsoft's business suite solutions. Great area for partners that considers building a new practice!


Regards, Per

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Can the recording of this call be shared with nonprofits? I have a partner who is looking for more information.


Yes, you may share this recording and update with your nonprofit partner. 


The Business Applications team will be hosting office hours to answer questions about licensing changes that went live on October 1st 2019.

Visitor 1

The announcement here says “Licensing changes are coming to the Microsoft Power Platform in Release Wave 1” but when you click through the session is about the changes made in 1 October (wave 2 2019). Which is true? This is misleading - unless there are more changes coming in wave 1?