PowerApp portals often have ongoing changes to enable or disable certain features or to have new additions to the customer Portal.
While we are doing such maintenance activity it is often a need to take the website in maintenance mode so that any end user doesn’t accidentally use the portal at that stage.
Below are the steps one can use to configure this:
Step 1: Click on Portal Actions in PowerApps Portal Admin center:
Step 2: Select Enable Maintenance mode
Step 3: You can either chose Default page or Custom page as an option. In our case, I am selecting default page:
Step 4: And the result:
Hope it helps and Power 365ing as usual!
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