Workspaces

Postman workspaces help you organize your API work and collaborate across your organization or across the world. There are four different kinds of Postman workspaces for your different needs: personal, team, partner, and public.

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Personal workspaces

Personal workspaces are designed for individual, focused work. They contain all the tools that you need to work with your APIs, and they're synced in real time so you can move between different Postman instances or between Postman's desktop version or web version seamlessly.

Personal workspaces are available in all Postman plans.

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Team workspaces

With team workspaces, you can invite team members to collaborate on your API work within a workspace. Maintain access control by assigning roles to workspace members at either the workspace or element level. Workspace members can comment on elements, use and change elements, or even fork from existing elements.

Want to invite just select team members to a workspace? Do so easily by creating a private workspace.

Postman stores a versioned history of all your changes so anyone you invite to your team workspace can collaborate safely and effectively.

Team workspaces are available in the Postman Free plan for up to three members. To use team workspaces for more than three members, you'll need the Postman Team, Professional, or Enterprise plan.

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Partner Workspaces

Partner Workspaces let organizations invite partners to work on building products and services with their APIs. They provide a space that is shared, secure, and controlled. Workspaces update in real-time and notify partners about changes to your APIs.

Partner Workspaces are available on the Enterprise Plan. Learn more about Postman plans.

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Public workspaces

Public workspaces allow you to share your APIs publicly with the entire world.

All public workspaces are searchable and accessible through the Postman Public API Network. You can use public workspaces to gather feedback on your APIs, onboard developers quickly, or just showcase your work, and anyone with a Postman account can share and comment on elements inside a public workspace.



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How to get started

You can sign up and get started with Postman for free. Postman also offers a range of paid plans that give you and your team more advanced options and flexibility.

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The future is API-first

At Postman, we believe the future will be built with APIs. The API-First World graphic novel tells the story of how and why the API-first world is coming to be.

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