You may already know Microsoft Flow and Microsoft PowerApps. If not, Flow is the ‘modern’ workflow solution to connect with multiple source (Office 365, external third party like Twitter or on-premises) available with Office 365 subscription or separately, while PowerApps is the solution to develop applications leveraging Microsoft technologies (Flow, Office 365 or Azure) or third party.
Well, changes are coming in licensing for Flow and PowerApps.
Starting February 2019, the below will require P1 or P2 level for PowerApps or Flow:
- custom connectors
- HTTP custom actions outside of SharePoint Online or OneDrive for Business
- Integration of on-premises data using the data gateway
If you are already using these capabilities, you will have an extension up to January 31st, 2010 or up to your tenant expiration (whichever is longer).
If you are not already using these capabilities but was planning to, you can request the same extension through a service request. IMPORTANT the ability to request the extension is limited up to April 30, 2019.