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The business I work for has licensed D365 for Sales and PSA. They now want to onboard Talent. At https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/unified-operations/talent/provisioning-talent we see that Talent is provisioned through LCS. We also read that while provisioning Talent we need to select an environment AND that to view existing environments or create new environments, the tenant admin who provisions Talent must be assigned to the PowerApps P2 license. When we check the PowerApps pricing page https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/pricing/ we read that there are four licenses for PowerApps. One of them is PowerApps for Dynamics 365, which indicates that it includes everything that is included in the PowerApps Plan 2 license plus more. Also, when reviewing the PowerApps licensing overview page at https://docs.microsoft.com/en-gb/powerapps/administrator/pricing-billing-skus we read that the Dynamics 365 for Sales and PSA licenses include PowerApps Plan 2.
Sorry for this long background, the question really is: a business that has D365 for Sales/PSA and wants to install Talent, does it need to acquire PowerApp P2 licenses or does it have them already?
Thanks for any input on it.
if you want only Onboard, this is a separate license, that costs $8. https://dynamics.microsoft.com/en-us/talent/onboard/
you could have Core HR, Onboard and Attract for $40, but PowerApps plan 2 will not give you access to any of these.
Also Dynamics 365 for sales and PSA do not give you licenses for Attract, Onboard and Core HR. Only Dynamics 365 Plan has everything included. Check this link and scroll down https://dynamics.microsoft.com/en-us/pricing/.
More, Attract cannot be sold through partners, but only aquired online, directly from Microsoft
I hope this helps.
read my blog: https://talent.aleman.ro and mark this answer as verified if it works for you.
The user account that you provision Talent must have a PowerApps Plan 2 license. This can be a standalone P2 license, or simply a D365 Sales or PSA license. In other words, if the user account has a D365 Sales or PSA license assigned, that account will have automatically have PowerApps P2 license as well. You can then use that account to provision Dynamics 365 for Talent.
Hi John and Roque,
I understood the question wrong :) the phrase "want to onboard Talent" made me think that Roque only wants Onboard. My bad, sorry! - lost in translation. According to this page: docs.microsoft.com/.../pricing-billing-skus, Talent includes PowerApps and Sales and PSA include Power App plan 2. However, to provision Talent, you must have a Dynamics 365 for Talent license, which is a totally different license.
Dynamics 365 for Talent has Powerapps plan (not PowerApps plan 2), but this should be enough to provision Talent in LCS. Would you agree, John?
this link also explains which includes which - https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/pricing/
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