Manage existing portals
Once you've created a portal, it's visible when you sign in to Power Apps, and then select Apps.
To manage an app, select More Commands (…) for the portal and choose an action from the context menu. Alternatively, you can also select action from the menu at the top.
Opens the Power Apps portals Studio to edit the content and components of the portal.
Portals Studio requires a contact record with the email address
firstname.lastname@example.org for some of its functionality to work. This contact record is automatically created when you edit the portal for the first time.
If you've one or more fields for the Contact table set as required, or any business logic such as synchronous plug-ins or workflows to restrict contact creation, this contact record creation may fail with the following error message:
Contact creation failed
A contact with an email address email@example.com must be created before you can edit your portal. Please create this contact manually.
When you see this error message, create a contact record manually with the email address
Opens the portal to browse the website. This option helps you to see the portal as it will look to your customers.
Alternately, you can also open the portal to browse the website by selecting Browse website in the Power Apps portals Studio to view the changes you have made to the website. The website opens in a new tab with URL of the website.
Share your portal with internal or external users. Follow the steps mentioned in the Share this portal pane.
Share with internal users
To share the portal with internal users, you must first create a security role and then assign users to the security role so they can use the portal.
As a user in Microsoft Dataverse, if you do not have appropriate privileges on portal tables, you might see errors such as “You do not have access to view solutions in this environment.” or “You do not have access to view Website in this environment”. It is recommended that you are in a System Administrator security role in the corresponding Dataverse database.
Step 1: Create a security role
In the Share this portal pane, under Create a security role, select Security Roles. A list of all the configured security roles is displayed.
On the Actions toolbar, select New.
In the New Security Role window, enter the role name.
Set the privileges for all the tables used in your portal.
When you have finished configuring the security role, on the toolbar, select Save and Close.
For information on security roles and privileges, see Security roles and privileges.
Step 2: Assign users to the security role
In the Share this portal pane, under Assign users to the security role, select Users. A list of all users is displayed.
Select the user that you want to assign a security role to.
Select Manage Roles.
If you are unable to see the Manage Roles button on the command bar, you must change the client by setting forceUCI to 0 in the URL. For example, https://<org_url>/main.aspx?pagetype=entitylist&etn=systemuser&forceUCI=0
In the Manage User Roles dialog box, select the security role that you created earlier, and then select OK.
Share with external users
Your portal should work anonymously and should be accessible by the external users. If you want to try advanced capabilities for managing roles and permissions for external users, see Configure a contact for use on a portal, Invite contacts to your portals, Create web roles for portals, Assign table permissions.
Displays the portal settings and allows you to change the name of the portal. You can also go to setup licensing for your portal as well as advanced actions such as administering the portal though the Power Apps portals admin center and working with site settings.
For production portals you will see Licensing for internal users and Licensing for external users section in the portal's settings panel based on your environment licensing setup. Learn more about Power Apps per app plans, Pay-as-you-go.
Licensing for internal users and Licensing for external users sections are not visible in portal settings panel when you open it from the portal's detail page tool bar Settings item.
The advanced options section provides links to configure authentication, to the Power Apps portals center, and to configure site settings.
Deletes the portal and hosted resources. When you delete a portal, its URL becomes inaccessible. Deleting a portal doesn't affect any portal configurations or solutions present in your environment, and they'll remain as-is. If you want to remove the portal configurations from your environment completely, delete the portal configurations manually. To delete, use the Portal Management app, and delete the corresponding website record for the portal.
- If you don't have sufficient privileges to delete a portal, following error is displayed.
You do not have sufficient privileges to delete the portal [Name] portal.
You must have the System Administrator role to delete a portal. Also, you must be the owner of the portal application in Azure Active Directory. The user who creates the portal is by default the owner and can delete a portal. For information on adding yourself as an owner, see Add yourself as an owner of the Azure AD application.
- When you delete a portal, and create a new portal with a different URL, the authentication provider configuration must be configured for the new portal to work correctly. To configure the authentication provider, go to Get started with authentication configuration.
Completely delete a portal
To learn about how to delete a portal completely, go to Delete a portal.
Displays details such as owner of the portal, date, and time when it was created and last modified, the URL of the portal, and identity provider settings.