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Learn how to convert your Office 365 Developer Preview subscription to a paid Developer subscription.

Learn how to convert your Office 365 Developer Preview subscription to a paid Developer subscription.

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    Convert Office 365 Developer Preview to paid subscription Convert Office 365 Developer Preview to paid subscription Presentation Transcript

    • Remember when youoriginally signed up for yourOffice 365 Developer Preview Subscription,and we said:!
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    • Sign into yourDeveloperSubscriptionPreview
    • Click onlicensingMake sureyou’re onsubscriptionsNote that yoursubscription is stillin the Previewenvironment
    • Click on yoursubscription
    • Click onDisablesubscriptionThis is important:You shouldn’t disable your subscription until you’re ready to purchase anOffice 365 Developer Subscription. Once you click Disable subscription,you have 10 days to purchase an Office 365 subscription, or your datawill be permanently deleted. There are no exceptions and absolutely noway for us to extend this one-time, 10-day transition period.
    • Click ondisable yoursubscriptionDon’t worry. Thiswon’t actually deleteyour data.
    • The status of yourPreview Subscriptionis now Canceled.Sign out of yourDeveloperSubscription
    • Sign back intoyour DeveloperSubscription
    • Your subscription nowshows warnings forthe PreviewSubscription license.The status of yourPreview Subscriptionis now Canceled.Note that yoursubscription hasbeen moved to thepaid environment
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    • Sign into yourDeveloperSubscription, ifyou haven’talready
    • ClickpurchaseservicesScroll down
    • Click Add
    • Clickadd to cart
    • Clickcheck out
    • Clicknext
    • Check to acceptsubscriptionagreementEnter yourfull name
    • Click next
    • Enter paymentinformationEnter invoicedetails
    • Finishinvoice detailsClickplace order
    • Clickcontinue
    • You are returned tothe admin centerwhile your servicesare provisioned.
    • Sign into yourDeveloperSubscription, ifyou haven’talready
    • ClicklicensingClicklicensesBoth your subscriptionsare now listed.
    • ClickAssign now
    • Click yourdisplay name
    • Assign thelicenses to yournew subscriptionClear anycurrentlyassignedlicensesClick save
    • The license conflictwarning is no longerdisplayedYour preview subscriptionwill be deleted 10 daysafter you disable it.
    • You should now see allyour app projects anddata in your newDeveloper Subscription
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