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Use Postman to simplify the process of testing and interacting with TextMaster's API
To streamline your experience, we offer a readily available Postman collection that can be effortlessly downloaded and installed, enabling you to seamlessly interact with our API.
Ensure that you have the Postman application installed and running on your system, then proceed to download our Postman collection below and follow the provided steps to import it into Postman.
Open the Postman application and click on the import button at the top under the collections pad
Drag & drop the following Postman collection and click on import
TextMaster API v1.postman_collection.json
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Once the collection is imported, click again on the import button at the top
Drag & drop the following Postman environment and click on import
staging.json
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Code
Time to head back to your TextMaster account and go into the API & Loop page
Head to View OAuth Applications
If you don't have any, create a new OAuth application
Fill in your new application's details and click save
Tips: Use appropriate callback URL and permissions for production applications.
Copy to your clipboard the client ID and secret to be pasted in Postman's application
Paste the client ID and secret into the Postman environment your imported earlier
Set this environment as active
Going back into the collections pad and into the TextMaster API v1 collection, request a new access token at the bottom of the page under the Authorization tab
Postman will open a new window asking you to authenticate using your TextMaster credentials
Authorize your OAuth Application to perform operations on your behalf through the Postman application
Once the OAuth Application has been approved, Postman should list the available access tokens, make sure to use the latest one if you have multiple instances of them. Click on the use token button
Finally, verify everything works as expected by executing the Retrieve my information endpoint
Congratulations! You now have a fully working Postman collection you can use to query our API.
Last modified 7mo ago