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This mode is also sometimes known as "how model driven apps look like" and is characteristic of the new Unified Interface or Power Platform Model Driven App look and feel.
For more details see Difference between Dynamics 365 Classic View Unified Interface View PowerApps Portals
Difference between Dynamics 365 Classic View, Dynamics 365 Unified Interface View, and PowerApps Portals.
This article aims to be a disambiguation regarding the difference between the Dynamics 365 Classic View, Dynamics 365 Unified Interface View, and PowerApps Portals – in other words, it helps you tell the difference between the three.
Here are straightforward examples:
Dynamics 365 Classic View (also sometimes known as "classic mode")
Dynamics 365 Unified Interface View (also sometimes known as "how model driven apps look like")
PowerApps Portals (also sometimes known as "the newest PowerApps Portals offering that is independent of the previous Dynamics 365 Portal Add-On" or also sometimes referred to as the "Portals with a URL structure of microsoft.powerappsportals.com / or Portals that support the new PowerApps Portal Editor")
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Article was last updated on 12/13/2019