Tag Archives: PowerApps Portal

Remove Hover from Primary Navigation Bar Power App Portal

I had a requirement from a client to remove the hover from the header navigation on the customer portal. Here is how we do it, if we inspect, we can see that this is handled by a style element “.navbar-inverse .navbar-nav > li > a:hover“ Now if we removed the background colour here is how … Continue reading Remove Hover from Primary Navigation Bar Power App Portal

Hide Profile Section from Power Apps Portal Header Navigation Bar

The Power Apps Portals Primary Navigation Header always has a section to the profile page as shown in the snapshot below.   It is possible to disable this by adding a Web Page Access Control Rule, this will restrict read access to the profile page, but what if you don’t want to remove the read access … Continue reading Hide Profile Section from Power Apps Portal Header Navigation Bar

Map Newly Registered Portal Contacts to Existing CRM Contacts in Power Apps portal (Azure AD)

Power Apps Portal allows us multiple ways to authenticate users, users can login either by using a User ID and Password for local login or using SSO logins like Azure AD, etc.  Users can also register themself through the portal, when a user registers from the portal this creates a new contact with the user’s … Continue reading Map Newly Registered Portal Contacts to Existing CRM Contacts in Power Apps portal (Azure AD)

What are Short Cuts in PowerApps Portal

Introduction: Shortcuts are used to place child nodes(child links) throughout the portal’s sitemap(navigation) which simply points to other nodes that exist in your sitemap, or to URLs external to your portal. Use Case: We have two parent pages- “Hardware” and “Support”.  Both are child pages of another page- “Home”.  “Support” page has a child page … Continue reading What are Short Cuts in PowerApps Portal

Create Object Detection Model inside the Power Platform | Power Apps — AI Builder

In this blog, we are going to see how to create object detection model which can be used in PowerApps or MS Flow / PowerAutomate Step 1: Log in to portal.office.com. Select the PowerApps, If PowerApps is not visible then click on All Apps then you will able to see the PowerApps. Step 2: Expand the AI … Continue reading Create Object Detection Model inside the Power Platform | Power Apps — AI Builder

Adding “Change Password” in Profile Navigation of D365 Portal.

Introduction This blog explains how we can add “Change Password” in the Profile navigation of the D365 Portal. Steps to be followed: Go to Weblink sets 🡪 Profile Navigation Open Profile Navigation record 3. Click on the “Links” tab. Add “+ New Web Link” 4. Add below details in the form Name: Change Password Web … Continue reading Adding “Change Password” in Profile Navigation of D365 Portal.