Power Apps, Microsoft 365 Experts
From Microsoft Corporation
Technical Bulletin MC320571 · Published Feb 2, 2022
Currently, the Geospatial features in Power Apps that enable users to elevate their apps with a map and address input controls is powered by Azure Maps. Beginning on February 14, 2022, we are updating the capabilities to also leverage Bing Maps to enhance the overall experience.
How does this affect me?
Following this change, the use of these geospatial capabilities will include the Bing Maps terms of service. These terms will also apply to your users. If you are using the Geospatial feature and do not agree to the new terms, you are required to turn off the setting in your admin portal and stop any use of the mapping services. If you aren’t using the Geospatial feature, then there is no action required.
To learn more about the Geospatial features, please review this article.
If you have any additional questions, please contact Microsoft Support.
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