Hello Power Users,
I am working over a Power Apps portal and during the development I want to set a single page which to be visible to all users - authenticated and non authenticated. The page itself will hold no references to other pages but just logo.
On the other hand I am considering creating a special web role which to allow users who possess it to be able to see all pages since those people will be in the team of portal development.
Example: Anonymous user load the url of the portal and sees a single page with no options to continue further. The same to be valid for authenticated users but not part from the development team.
Do you have a best practice which to be used for this particular case?
Thank you in advance.
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Hey @OliverRodrigues, the article you have sent is a useful one. Unfortunatelly I am not able to test this solution due to inability to edit the Web template of the home page. I am working over this now to continue with the proposal you are giving. Thank you
Hi @hugobernier, I am still not able to confirm this as accepted solution. I do need to fix some other issues before I can test the proposed way.
@OliverRodrigues , the HTML section is not loading correctly and I cannot edit anything in it. I have already raised a ticket with Microsoft and I am working over resolving this issue. The strange thing is that it happens only with one account and not with all accounts. Anyhow, once fixed I should be able to continue with the provided recommendations.