Power Pages is a new feature which is currently in preview from Microsoft, it allows you to build a low-code website which directly links with your Power Platform and data. There has been previous applications released by Microsoft in the past which are similar to this called Dynamics 365 Power and Power App Portals but they both required a fair level of coding knowledge along with Dynamics 365 knowledge making it difficult for non-technical individuals…

At CRMCS, we focus many of our articles on how to build PowerApps and Dynamics.
Our DocDrive365 IP focuses on how to engage SharePoint content, specifically documents and Metadata, within Power Apps and Dynamics.

This series of articles in our monthly newsletter is going to look at how we develop new web parts in SharePoint that can help us integrate Dynamics and DocDrive365 into our Intranets – so we can start thinking of SharePoint, Teams and Dynamics as a single solution for business; and not lose the benefits of these Applications when a business or partner only focuses on Dynamics or only focuses on SharePoint.

Hopefully this article will provide you with a good feel for what is possible.