The scopes you grant when generating your API credentials will give Postman the equivalent permissions. Proceed with caution when granting write access.
Step 1: To generate private API credentials, create a private app:
Consider skipping this part if you are already familiar with the content.
Step 2: Send your API Credentials into Postman's New Tab :
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From the Type drop-down menu, select Basic auth.
In the Username and Password fields, enter your store's private API key and password respectively.
Don't enter the shared secret in place of the API password
After you've authenticated your request, you need to specify the applicable HTTP method and API endpoint URL before you can send it. For example, you can use Postman to retrieve your store information:
From the request method drop-down menu, select GET.
Enter the store API endpoint, where <store-names> is the name of your store:
Instead of entering your credentials in the Authorization section of Postman, you can paste a URL that includes your API key and password directly into the URL bar. The format of the URL is as follows, where <store-name> is the domain of your store: