How to check license designation for an app

Starting October 2019, several connectors are reclassified from Standard to Premium.

Power Apps licensing FAQ outlines reclassified connectors. Apps using these connectors before the reclassification have been granted an extended timeframe allowing users without a premium license to access these apps.

The following table outlines the designations and which license an end user must have to access an app.

Designation​ Definition
Standard​ An app that only uses standard connectors. An end user must have a Power Apps for Office 365 plan, per app plan, or a per user plan to access this app.
Extended​ An app allowed to use connectors promoted to premium on October 1, 2019.​ An end user must have a Power Apps for Office 365 plan, per app plan or per user plan. Power Apps licensing FAQ outlines which connectors were promoted to premium on October 1, 2019.
Premium​ An app that uses at least one premium connector, a custom connector or an on-premise gateway. An end user must have a per app plan or per user plan to access.

Check app license designation from app settings

  1. Sign in to Power Apps.

  2. Select Apps from left side.

  3. Select an app from the list of app. You can use the Settings option from top or, use the More Commands (...) and then Settings from the drop-down menu:

    Settings option

  4. Select Settings to see the license designation information:

    License designation from settings

Check app license designation from app details

  1. Sign in to Power Apps.

  2. Select Apps from left side.

  3. Select an app from the list of app. You can use the Details option from top or, use the More Commands (...) and then Details from the drop-down menu:

    App details

  4. Select Details:

    App designation in details

Pass assignment

For information about Pass assignment, read Power Apps per app plans.

Next steps

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