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M365 Changelog: Microsoft Power Automate – DocuSign premium connector

Rabia Noureen


MC496546 – Microsoft recently announced a new pay-as-you-go program where Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) can pay for the usage of their connectors by customers.

Microsoft is excited to announce that DocuSign has entered this program and as a result, the DocuSign connector, which is a premium connector, is available to be used by any users in your organization.

How does this affect me?
Users with just the default Power Automate entitlements with the Office365 plans can also use the DocuSign premium connector to build automations at no additional charge from Microsoft. However, Microsoft may share DocuSign aggregated usage data of flow runs from your tenant for the usage paid for by DocuSign.

If you already have premium Power Automate entitlements, there will be no additional billing or data shared with DocuSign. You can learn more about the limits and data sharing here.

How do I prepare for this change?
If you wish to restrict the use of these connectors in your tenant, you may choose to leverage the Data Leakage Prevention (DLP) policies that are available as part of the Power Platform admin capabilities. You can learn more about those capabilities here.

If you have questions, please contact Microsoft Support.

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