Authentication is a fundamental part of APIs, and over the years OAuth 2.0 has gained tremendous adoption amongst the masses as the leading authorization standard. One of the reasons why OAuth 2.0 is thriving is the fact that the OAuth 2.0 standard keeps evolving and getting fine-tuned as years progress. While the core logic of OAuth 2.0 remains the same, there are minor enhancements in the OAuth standards that lets developers use OAuth 2.0 in a way that works for them.
Postman has been listening to the feedback from our community in order to stay aligned with the evolving OAuth 2.0 standards. Today, we are enabling you to specify some additional parameters for OAuth 2.0 that will help you in your workflows. With this release, you now have the ability to specify resource and audience as parameters while generating access tokens using OAuth 2.0. You can also specify multiple resources and/or audiences to handle niche OAuth flows.
We hope this update helps you with your OAuth flows in Postman. We are constantly working towards releasing new features, and we’d love to hear from you on how we can help you and your team succeed with your API workflows. You can learn more about working with OAuth 2.0 in Postman with help from the Postman Learning Center.