Get API consumers up to speed on what your APIs can do
Use schemas to generate collections and and learn how the API works.
Use the API specification format of your choice in Postman. Write, edit, or import schema formats including RAML, WADL, OpenAPI, and GraphQL. Then generate collections directly from the schema.
Track and stay up to date on changes to the API design with built-in support for editing and versioning schemas in Postman. No more having to switch between tools.
Rely on your schema as a source of truth for API design and development and ensure all teams are on the same page.
Workspaces provide a shared context for your APIs, helping everyone stay in sync.
Automatic and secure syncing ensures that every workspace member gets the latest updates as soon as changes are pushed.
Workspaces provide a single source of truth that you and your team can easily maintain through a git-like version control process.
Just sign up for a Postman account to create as many personal, team, or private workspaces as you need – for free.
Write documentation directly in Postman to make your APIs easier to consume.
Document your descriptions for collections, folders, and requests in markdown. Postman automatically pulls these descriptions along with code snippets, example responses, headers, and more to populate your documentation with dynamic examples and machine-readable instructions.
Publish your API documentation with the click of a button. The pages are automatically generated, and updates are automatically synced. You can even publish on a custom domain.
Add the Run in Postman button to your documentation or GitHub README so consumers can import the collection and documentation directly into Postman.
Download the Postman app and send your first request within minutes. Postman is free to download and use for teams of any size.
Make any kind of API call—REST, SOAP, or just plain HTTP—and easily inspect even the largest responses. Postman also has built-in support for popular data formats, including OpenAPI, GraphQL, and RAML.
We continually make improvements and add new features based on feedback from our community of over 10 million users. Get help from Postman experts and your peers on the community forum.
Shopify onboards partners by sharing Postman Collections
"We started using Postman collections in our documentation to help partners quickly get up and running with our API. Now we use Postman as a tool for training internal teams, debugging support issues, and providing our partners with a way to instantly make sample requests to the various API endpoints across our platform."
Jordan Liddle, Developer Experience Architect, ShopifyRead Case Study
UCSF documents their APIs in Postman to share with partners
"It’s awesome being able to set the Postman environments so everyone shares the credentials. That’s been a godsend for us."
Todd Parsnick, Technical Manager, UCSFRead Case Study
BigCommerce uses Postman to write onboarding materials for developers
"Postman has been essential to us in rapidly developing new APIs—internally we use it to debug and share particular contexts easily across our environments. Working with external partners and developers, it’s been the easiest way to share knowledge about particular API endpoints and data structures."
Nathan Booker, API Product Manager, BigCommerceRead Case Study