Microsoft Flow – Do you have a plan?

After a few days of heavy testing a Flow solution I got the following warning:

Microsoft Flow - Do you have a plan? Microsoft Flow, Microsoft Office 365 limitflow

While we are running on Flow Free we get 750 flow runs and during testing we have exceeded the limit.

There are now a few options as once in production we are unlikely to hit the same number of runs.

Microsoft Flow - Do you have a plan? Microsoft Flow, Microsoft Office 365 flowplans

We could pick one of the above plans to increase the number of runs needed.

Alternatively we could now create a new account and move our flows to that new account by using the export import options available in Flow.

Looking at the licenses in the admin center, I might be able to switch flows a few times.

Microsoft Flow - Do you have a plan? Microsoft Flow, Microsoft Office 365 flowfree

Then the 3rd option is to enable the 1 month trial for plan 1 or plan 2.

So it looks like there are a few options available to avoid the extra cost while Flow isn’t used too much yet.

 

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