Categories: Microsoft Flow

How to make your flows run on a flow rather than user based licence

How do you make your flows run on a flow based licence? Today I found an additional edit option in Microsoft Flow. This option can help you change the licence used by your flows.

When you look at your flow details there is an edit option.

This edit option gets you to the dialogue that lets you update the title and also update the licence plan.

So if you have purchased a Per-Flow bundle then you can select which flows are using this flow based licence. For flows that use premium features you might want to switch over to the the Per-flow plan as this might reduce the licence cost.

Pieter Veenstra

Business Applications and Office Apps & Services Microsoft MVP working as a Microsoft Productivity Principal Consultant at HybrIT Services. You can contact me using

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