Applicable plans:

The free planThe complete planOn-demand plan

Since Waldo is an app designed for Microsoft Teams and Microsoft Azure, you can subscribe to Waldo using your Microsoft Azure subscription.

The great news is that Waldo licenses will be considered as Azure consumption, which may help you reach your Microsoft Azure Consumption Commitment (MACC).

More information about Microsoft Azure Consumption Commitment (MACC).

  1. First, you will need your Azure Billing ID. To get your Azure Billing ID, sign-in to your Azure Portal at

  2. Search on Cost Management + Billing.

  3. If you have access to just one billing scope, select Properties from the left-hand side. You should find your ID here.

  4. Contact your Waldo Sales Rep at, providing your Azure Billing ID and the number of licenses you need. In return, you'll receive a URL to access your offer.

  5. Click the URL you received from your Waldo Sales Rep. Authenticate using your Microsoft Azure admin account.

  6. Click on Accept Private Offer.

  7. Click on Complete purchase of private products.

  8. Select the private offer.

  9. Select the offer you need.

  10. Select the Azure Subscription you want to use, then select (or create) a Resource group. Now, type the name of your Waldo subscription and then click on Review + Subscribe.

  11. Wait a few seconds, then click on Configure Account Now. You'll be redirected to the Waldo Management Portal.

  12. You can now configure Waldo.

    If you'd like to learn more about the configuration, you can refer to this documentation:

  13. If you'd like to update your Waldo Subscription, go to your Microsoft Azure Portal, then Resource Groups, then select the group you created before.

    From there, you can change the number of users.