Check which Power Automate or Power Apps Licenses are assigned to you | [Quick Tip]

In case you are using Power Automate for your own use or asked to build something for the team, here’s how you can check what capabilities you are entitled to –

Check Licenses in Power Automate

Here’s how you can check licenses assigned to you in Power Automate –

  1. When in Power Automate, click on the Gear icon.

  2. Now, select View My Licenses.

  3. Here, you’ll clearly see all the licenses and the capabilities you have with the Power Automate license assigned to you.

  4. Another example is a User with only Power Automate Free license assigned to them. This is what they will see –

  5. This simple and clear distinction helps you identify with the capabilities you have in Power Automate.
    Here’s the Power Automate Pricing Link provided in the “Learn how to add capabilities” section at the bottom.

  6. Here’s a Bonus! Same applies for Power Apps as well. If you are in Power Apps ( or in the App Designer in a Canvas App, you can see the Plan(s) option under the Gear Icon.

  7. And you’ll see the Capability available to your user.

Hope this helps!

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