Below is a list of useful links you might need to understand the difference between Dynamics 365 CE, CRM and Power Apps or Power Platform.
A. New power platform admin center (https://admin.powerplatform.microsoft.com/)
- Create or manage your Dynamics 365 or Common Data Service (CDS) environments
- Install or manage any applications i.e. Sales, Customer Service, Field Service or from the market place
- Manage URLs of your organisation
- Run any updates
- Copy or back up your environment
- Delete or reset your Dynamics 365 or CDS environment
- Manage any settings and go to legacy settings
- Manage security, user permissions, security roles etc.
- Run analysis of your Power Automate, Power Apps
- Manage Data integration i.e dual write service etc.
- Go to admin center or other areas such as Dynamics 365, Power BI, Power Apps etc.
B. Legacy admin center in Dynamics 365 to manage settings (https://yourorganisationname.crm11.dynamics.com/main.aspx?settingsonly=true)
- Manage all settings such as access to default and other managed/unmanaged solutions
- Manage security roles, security profiles, users etc.
- All other admin settings in Dynamics 365
C. New Power Apps URL to make and manage your apps (https://make.powerapps.com/)
- Manage or create new Power Apps
- Manage your entities related to Dynamics 365 or Common Data Service
- Manage Option Sets
- Manage connections related to your environment and other parts or your applications
- Settings for gateway to/from connecting your CDS
- Create and make changes to your flows
- AI builders tool management
- Manage your solutions or create new solutions. This is where you can create new solutions and also create new publisher, same like old days in Dynamics 365 CE. This place is alternative or new to be used to create Dynamics 365 CE solutions in Power Platform
- Publish all customisations
- Import solutions into Power Apps
- You can also switch to classic settings in Dynamics 365 CE from here
D. Where to manage settings of environment in Power Apps (https://admin.powerapps.com/environments)
- This is where we can manage our environment’s security, resources
- Gives us details about tenant, user licenses and quotas
- We can also create and manage policies here (We can restrict users and precent then to create flows and apps between different data layers – more info)