Power Apps portals Studio
Effective October 12, 2022, Power Apps portals is Power Pages. More information: Microsoft Power Pages is now generally available (blog)
We will soon migrate and merge the Power Apps portals documentation with Power Pages documentation.
You can use Power Apps portals Studio to create and customize your website. It contains various options to add and configure webpages, components, forms, and lists.
To use the portals Studio, you will need to be assigned the system administrator role in the same Microsoft Dataverse environment as your site.
Open portals Studio
To open Power Apps portals Studio:
Go to Power Apps.
Select Apps from the left pane.
Select your portal.
Understand portals Studio
The anatomy of Power Apps portals Studio is as follows:
|1||Command bar||Allows you to:
|2||Toolbelt||Allows you to:
|3||Canvas||Contains components that build a webpage.|
|4||Footer||Displays autosave status and allows you to open-source code editor.|
|5||Properties pane||Displays properties of webpage and selected components and lets you edit them as required.|
- Editing a portal through Power Apps portals Studio will temporarily cause poor portal performance due to multiple background processes. For example, the clear cache process runs and reloads data from Microsoft Dataverse.
- Power Apps portals Studio only supports editing in the language selected while provisioning the portal. For help with creating portals in additional languages, see Create additional portals in an environment.
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