Explore Power Apps portals

Intermediate
App Maker
Functional Consultant
Power Apps
Microsoft Power Platform

Note

Microsoft Power Pages, formerly known as the Power Apps portal capability, is now in public preview as a standalone product.

Microsoft Power Pages is low-code development and hosting platform ideal for building modern, secure, and data-centric business websites. Whether you’re a low-code maker or professional developer, Power Pages enables you to rapidly design, configure, and public your websites to engage your customers, partners, and communities.

For more information, see Power Pages.

Dynamics 365 starter portals are pre-configured portal solutions that are available to help accelerate deployment. Typical portal projects will have unique requirements, but a starter portal provides an environment that is immediately suitable for specific scenarios and audiences.

Learning objectives

In this module, you will:

  • Identify the features of the Community portal.
  • Discover the features of the Customer self-service portal.
  • Learn about the features of the Employee self-service portal.
  • Review the features of the Partner portal.
  • Identify the features of the Portal from blank.
  • Learn about licensing requirements when portals are used by employees.
  • Learn about the process to incorporate specific features from different starter portals to another portal type or the custom portal.

Prerequisites

Basic understanding of how to navigate and customize model-driven apps