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PowerApps Portals Public Preview is available
PowerApps Portals: a responsive websites which allow external users to interact with the data stored in the Common Data Service.
Over the past year, we’ve seen incredible growth from customers and partners delivering low-code apps to employees across their organizations with PowerApps.Today we’re excited to announce PowerApps Portals, the ability to build low-code, responsive websites which allow external users to interact with the data stored in the Common Data Service.
“Introducing PowerApps Portals: powerful low-code websites for external users“https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/introducing-powerapps-portals-powerful-low-code-websites-for-external-users
Build websites easily with a new, dedicated portal designer
As a PowerApps maker, you’ll be able to now create and manage a new App type called “Portal” for your Common Data Service as well as Dynamics 365 environments directly from make.powerapps.com.
PowerApps Portals is now available for Public Preview – linkhttps://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/powerapps-portals-is-now-available-for-public-preview/
How to Get Started PowerApps Portals preview is enabled automatically for all PowerApps Customers. So login to your PowerApps Studio and get started on creating a Portal.
If you want to learn more about PowerApps Portals capabilities, go through our documentation.
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