Manage portals from the Power Platform admin center

You can now use the Power Platform admin center to manage portals that have both capacity-based and add-on licenses. You can also see information such as how many days are left before a trial portal expires. For more information about portal licensing, go to the licensing FAQ and portal differences. For more information about the Power Platform admin center, go to Administer Microsoft Power Platform.

You can manage portals in the Power Platform admin center in two ways:

  • Manage all portals for the current tenant from Resources > Portals.
  • Manage portals for a specific environment from Environments.

Manage all portals for a tenant

  1. Sign in to the Power Platform admin center.

  2. On the left pane, select Resources, and then select Portals.

    The Portals option in the Power Platform admin center.

  3. Select a portal.

  4. Select More portal actions (...), and then select Manage.
    or
    Select the portal, and then select Manage at the top of the page.

    Manage a portal from the Power Platform admin center.

To configure portal details, go to Portal details.

Manage all portals for an environment

  1. Sign in to the Power Platform admin center.

  2. On the left pane, select Environments.

    Environment list.

  3. Hover over and select the hyperlinked environment name to open the environment details.

    Select an environment.

  4. On the right side of the screen, under Resources, select Portals.

    Environment details.

    You'll see a list of portals installed in the selected environment.

    Portals specific to an environment.

  5. Select More portal actions (...), and then select Manage.
    or
    Select the portal, and then select Manage from the top of the page.

    Manage a portal specific to an environment.

To configure portal details, see Portal details.

Manage the portal add-on

Using the Power Platform admin center to manage portals as described in this article replaces earlier functionality, which is illustrated in the following image.

Old method to manage an add-on portal New method to manage an add-on portal for a tenant New method to manage an add-on portal for an environment
Old method to manage an add-on portal New method to manage an add-on portal for a tenant New method to manage an add-on portal for an environment

Portal types in the admin center

The following table describes the different types of portals that are listed in the Power Platform admin center.

Type Description
Production A production portal based on a capacity-based license.
Trial (n days) A trial portal based on a capacity-based license, with n days remaining until suspension.
Production (add-on) A production portal based on an add-on license.
Trial (add-on) A trial portal based on an add-on license.

Portal status in the admin center

A portal can have the following status: Configured, Suspended, or Not configured. The following table describes each state.

Status Description
Configured This portal has been configured to an environment.
Suspended This portal has been suspended because its trial period is over. It will be deleted in seven days, unless it's converted to a production portal.
Not configured This portal is ready to be configured to an environment.

Note

You can create a new portal if the portal add-on status is Not configured. The status will change to Configured after the portal is provisioned.

Next steps

Configure portal details

See also