How to Access Information about a Postman API Authenticated User

        

An authenticated user of the Postman API is the owner of the API key that you’re sending through a request. Accessing information about an authenticated user is really useful when you want to populate a user interface, or when you need that information to interact with other systems. Now, you can use the /me Postman…

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Filtering and Sorting APIs Using the Postman API

        

Filtering and sorting APIs using the Postman API gives you the ability to decide which APIs you want to retrieve and how to organize them. You can easily apply a combination of filters using HTTP query parameters on the Postman API “Get all APIs” request. For instance, you can retrieve all the public APIs that…

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The Postman API Now Creates a Default Workspace When Needed

        

Whenever you create collections, APIs, environments, mock servers, and monitors using the Postman API, we recommend specifying which workspace the new element will be stored in by using the optional workspace parameter. However, if you don’t select a workspace, Postman will select one for you. What if you don’t have any personal workspace? What happens…

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How to Get Started with the Postman API

        

Did you know that Postman has its own API? Yes, Postman, an API platform that helps you design, test, mock, and document APIs in a collaborative fashion, has its own API. Why would you use the Postman API, you may ask. While most of the work can and should be done interactively using a GUI,…

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