Blog Posts by Stacee

Postman Supports OpenAPI 3.0

The wait is over! With our most recent release, Postman now supports importing OpenAPI 3.0 specifications. Support for the OpenAPI specification has been a long time coming and we’re excited to provide more flexibility across…

Linux users can now install Postman as a snap

Last month we brought our popular Run in Postman functionality to Linux and this month we’re continuing to show love to the Linux community – we’re officially bringing the Postman app to the Snap Store!…

Custom HTTP Methods == More Flexibility and Autonomy

With the release of Postman 6.5, we want to give the Postman community more flexibility and control over their API development – which is why we’re excited to announce that we’re releasing custom HTTP methods in…

Find and replace text, code, and variables in Postman

“Find” but no “Find and Replace”? We’ve received a lot of customer requests for a replace feature to accompany our search feature, so we’re excited to announce that you can now find and replace within…

Postman Release 6.2: Postman Teams for Free Users, and Session Variables Enhance Teamwork

A lot has happened since this release! Check out the latest and greatest in the Postman product in this related post.   We’re excited to announce a significant release to the Postman app — version…

Free Teams FAQ

How do teams for free users and team workspaces work in Postman 6.2? Prior to Postman version 6.2, Postman Team Workspaces were available only to Pro & Enterprise users. Now, free users can create a…

Sessions FAQ

What are sessions? Sessions provide an additional layer to hold collection, global, or environment variable values, that is unique to every Postman user and stays local to that user’s instance of Postman. Sessions contain variable…