Custom HTTP Methods == More Flexibility and Autonomy

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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 Postman! Postman users will now be able to add or create custom methods, and also have the option to save…

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Find and replace text, code, and variables in Postman

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“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 the Postman app! Maybe your team has deprecated a feature and now faces the challenge of mass deleting every trace…

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

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Update, July 2020: A lot has happened since this release. Check out our 2020 post about Postman’s momentous return to the web.   We’re excited to announce a significant release to the Postman app—version 6.2. In this version we’ve made Postman Teams available to free users, to help make API development and collaboration even easier….

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Sessions FAQ

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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 values used to access and work with an API that a user may not want to share. Some examples of…

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