Power Apps makers can now create a powerful new type of experience: external-facing websites that allow users outside their organizations to sign in with a wide variety of identities, create and view data in Common Data Service, or even browse content anonymously. The full capabilities of Dynamics 365 Portals, previously offered only as an add-on to model-driven apps in Dynamics 365, are now available completely standalone inside of Power Apps.
These capabilities feature a revamped end-to-end experience for makers to quickly create a website and customize it with pages, layout, and content. Makers can reuse page designs through templates, add forms, and views to display key data from Common Data Service and publish to users.
This session is presented by Arpit Shravistava, a CRM Dynamics 365 Consultant and Architect works for the Indian company Capgemini. Arpit is also an ambassador for the 365 Saturday community who’s been active in numerous international events.
We will be seeing a demonstration of the main differences between Dynamics 365 and PowerApps portal as well as deep-diving into the Advanced features about Power Portals focusing on how can PowerApps and Power Automate can go hand to hand into building the best portal experiences.