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Postman Import/Export – Collection & Environment

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In this post, I will cover how to do import or export of Collection & Environment in Postman. Importing or Exporting data such as Collection and Environment are a great way to share or request data with others.

Use Case

When you are working with Postman, you typically add bunch of requests related to a project which you can then group them into collections. And, now let’s imagine, if a new team member joins your project and she needs access to those requests, you will have to give her all these request info one by one which will take a really long time. Instead you can simply export your collection, which she can then import into Postman and will have access to all the requests and the related info.

Now ideally, if you have a teams license with postman you can just add her to the team and call it a day but not all companies have that so this is a good alternative to work with.

Check out the video below to learn how to Import and Export Postman Collection and Environment –


If you are interested in learning more about Postman, check out this Postman playlist 

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