Postman 6.0 aims to help API development collaboration
|Richard Harris in API Friday, February 23, 2018|
Postman Workspaces set to enhance project organization and team collaboration when creating APIs.
Workspaces are defined as either Personal (for use by an individual developer) or Team (for a defined team of developers). For an individual API developer or developer team using Postman, Workspaces makes it even easier to organize API development work, enhance collaboration on APIs and save valuable developer time.
All Postman users have access to Personal workspaces immediately. Free Postman users without a Postman account have one default Personal workspace; free users with a Postman account can create as many Personal workspaces as they wish. Customers of Postman’s paid plans, Postman Pro and Postman Enterprise, can also create an unlimited number of Personal workspaces. In addition, they can create an unlimited number of Team workspaces for collaboration with other customers.
“We are thrilled to announce Workspaces, which we believe is a critical component of collaboration within Postman,” said Abhinav Asthana, CEO & co-founder of Postman. “This is the latest feature that we believe serves our mission of becoming *the* developer platform for an API-first world.”
Postman’s first paid plan, Postman Pro, was announced in December 2016, and grew substantially in 2017. The company has moved to ensure the success of that growing customer base, with investments in customer service technology and staff. Expanding on those investments the company has created a new position of VP, Customer Success, and announced the hire of Sanjeev Sisodiya to fill the role. Sanjeev brings the combination of a strong technical background and a passion for customer success to the role, and commented, “The Postman community has grown entirely organically over the past year, and we want to build on that. I’m looking forward to building a world-class customer success function.”
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