To lock portal behind authentication can be handy for when you are developing the portal before launch and is a way to hide your portal from the world.
Author: Ulrikke Akerbæk
Ulrikke has a BSc in Multimedia from Karlstad University, and has since worked with front-end development and advisory consulting in Microsofts product portfolio. She is a Power Apps Portals professional at Skill AS in Norway.
This post will show you how to enable the Blog feature on any portal type – and in so doing also showing you how to combine features cross portal types
Navigation Start screen When the app is launched the user is met with a popup telling the user that the user’s location will be stored and the user will have to click OK to get to the actual game menu. “If(Len(Param(“AggressiveViking”))>0; Navigate(Game);Navigate(‘Game Menu’))” This function runs when…
The vikings love the new Power Apps Portal, and got up and running with a complete marketing site within hours. Started from make.powerapps.com and created a Blank Portal The portal is represented with two Apps; the “Kimtzers PuzzlePackage” (Portal App) where you can browse to the website itself and the…
How did we crate a game using Power Platform in just 2 days?
Someone said it can’t be done. But they did it anyway. Scottish Summit 2020 was a success! This blog post is a summary of key takeaways for me.
Let me show you how to customize the sign-in and registration page in Power App Portals.
There is no obvious way to customize the sign-in and registration page in Power App Portals. The pages doesn’t exist in the Web Pages directory, and there is no Web Template. Even if you are logged into the portal as administrator the Portal Content Editor Toolbar doesn’t appear on these pages. There is no way – essentially – to edit the look and feel of these pages.
With the release of the new Power App Portal in this October ’19 Release we were introduced to a brand new Power Apps Portals Designer Interface. Microsoft marketed it as a new product under the slogan “Enable external access with portals” and it created some confusion. If you are still a little confused about the difference between Power Apps for external users and Power Apps Portals the link is to a blog post that will sort things out for you.