Power Apps Portals are now Generally Available
In June 2019, during Microsoft Business Application Summit , we introduced PowerApps Portals as a new capability coming to PowerApps.
Today I am excited to announce that Power Apps Portals are now generally available.
Since we started Public Preview of Power Apps Portals in July 2019, over 6000 Power Apps Portals have been created with more than 2500 monthly active Portal makers creating and designing Portals. We thank all of our preview participants for being part of this journey with us and providing critical feedback which helped us in shaping the key capabilities.
With general availability, all Power Apps makers can now create powerful low-code and responsive portals which allow users external to their organizations to interact with data stored in Common Data Service.
Get Started with the Power Apps Portals today
If you have not tried the new Power Apps Portals, try it out today by signing up for a PowerApps trial. To learn more about how to setup Power Apps Portals, follow the documentation https://aka.ms/PowerAppsPortalsDocs.
Also if you had already signed up for Preview, your Power Apps Portals have automatically been migrated to General availability release and you can continue using them.
IMPORTANT: As of writing this blog post, the update is available in all commercial regions and will be rolling out in Government clouds in upcoming weeks.
Feedback and resources
To quickly get started on PowerApps portals or for any feedback, you can use the resources listed below: –
- PowerApps Portals Community Forum – https://aka.ms/PortalForum
- Feature documentation- https://aka.ms/PowerAppsPortalsDocs
- Vote for feature ideas or file a new one – https://aka.ms/PortalIdeas
While reaching general availability is indeed a big milestone, it also marks the start of our journey as we bring more and more capabilities in future and ensures our makers can delight their customers.
Dileep Singh on behalf of Power Apps Portals team