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Apps for everyone: updates to Power Apps pricing and licensing

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This week we’re wrapping up our fiscal year, a year of unprecedented growth for Power Apps. It’s a good moment to reflect on how far we’ve come together as a community and what it means to take the low code movement to the next, even larger scale. Today we announced on the official Microsoft Licensing blog that we’ll be making some changes to the price of Power Apps this Fall – reducing our prices for both the Per User and Per App plans and simplifying Per User in the process.

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Canvas app layout containers are now generally available

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We are excited to announce the general availability of the container, horizontal container and vertical container layout controls in canvas apps! These controls help you automatically reflow and resize controls within them to enable easy, no expression layouts in canvas apps.

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Announcing Power Query dataflows for Dataverse in Teams (Preview).

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Today we’re excited to announce that you can now use Power Query (preview) [documentation] to load data into the web version of Dataverse for Teams in selected regions and it will be available in all regions by the beginning of July. You can now upload your data from a variety of data sources using the familiar Power Query experience that also ships as part of Excel and Power BI.  The ability to use dataflows in the Teams client will follow soon!

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