Microsoft Dynamics 365
What is Microsoft Dynamics 365?
Dynamics 365 FAQ
Plan subscriptions are new with Dynamics 365. With one single-user subscription, a Plan subscription is the most cost-effective option to provide ultimate flexibility, giving the user access to any Dynamics 365 functionality they need to get their job done. Such a user might be, for example, a controller who manages customer credit limits based on sales pipeline information. Plan subscriptions grant users the rights to use functionality across any of the respective Plan apps as well as the rights to use Microsoft PowerApps, the mobile application platform service.
Application subscriptions are named user subscriptions that license a user for only one individual application. For example, such a user might be a sales person who is licensed only for the Sales application. This is largely how business apps have traditionally been licensed. Application subscriptions also include use rights to PowerApps for mobile app creation and use against Dynamics 365 data.
The Dynamics 365 for Team Members subscription is a named user subscription that includes rights to execute basic processes across Dynamics 365 apps (where applicable), share knowledge, and provide embedded business intelligence. One Team Members subscription enables a light user to read from any of the Dynamics 365 applications. As a result, as more Dynamics 365 applications are adopted across an organization, any user previously licensed with a Team Members subscription would be licensed already to access those additional applications.