Team Forms offers various paid plans with different number of user and submission limits. This allows organisations to scale the plan to fit there needs and not pay for what they don't need. In this article we cover what is considered a user for licensing purposes.
All team members of your Microsoft Teams group including external guests who have accessed Team Forms that month are counted towards the user limit. You can check how may users you have in your team within Microsoft Teams by navigating the the teams group and clicking "Manage Team". In the example below the team contains a total of four members. It is also important to note the following:
If a user is deleted form the team but has accessed Team Forms that month they will still be included in the count of users for the month
Users who access Team Forms form a public unauthenticated URL are not counted as users for licensing purposes.
There is currently no screen available to view the list of users who have accessed Team Forms that month. The team member screen provided by Microsoft Teams can be used, however this will not show team members who have recently been deleted