Power Pages

Microsoft Power Pages is a feature in the Microsoft Power Platform that allows users to create web pages using the same tools and data sources as Power Apps and Power Automate. It allows users to create custom web pages using templates, widgets, and other design elements, and to connect those pages to data sources and other services using connectors. Power Pages can be used to create a wide range of web-based applications and solutions, including internal and external-facing portals, dashboards, and interactive reports. It is designed to be easy to use and flexible, with a range of customization options and integration capabilities.


For estimation purposes only. You should contact your partner or Microsoft to calcualte the actual license cost, it could be included in your current plan.

Power Pages licensing is based on two user types, authenticated users per website/month and anonymous users per website/month. Each end user that accesses a Power Pages website needs to be licensed appropriately. - Authenticated users definition: Power Pages authenticated users are users who obtain secure access to a website by logging in through an authentication provider on the website. - Anonymous users definition: Power Pages anonymous users are users who access a website and do not log in. Note: Authenticated and anonymous user capacity packs do not need to be assigned to individual users. These capacities are assigned to an environment.

Power Apps pricing: https://powerapps.microsoft.com/pricing/


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